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Full text of "The Forfar directory and year book"

THE FORFAR 




for year 1939 



PRICE THREEPENCE. 



FORFAR 

PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY W. SHEPHERD. 

1939 



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with Edinburgh and the South, 
to London. 

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COPYRIGHT. 



37th Year of Issue. 



THE 



FORFAR DIRECTORY 

«/(5X AND YEAR BOOK X^ 



1939 




1939 



CONTAINING 

LIST OF THE HOUSEHOLDERS OF THE BURGH, , 
DIRECTORY OF TRADES AND PROFESSIONS, 
LIST OF PUBLIC BOARDS, SOCIETIES, 

ETC ETC. ETC. 

ALSO, 
LIST OF FARMERS AND OTHERS IN THE ADJOINING PARISHES. 



PRICE THREEPENCE. 



FORFAR : 

PRINTED & PUBLISHED BY W. SHEPHERD, CASTLE STREET. 

1939- 






INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Abel, John R. & Co., Chemists 
Adams & Russell, Plasterers . . 
Adamson, A. & Son, Building Contractors 
Anderson, Geo. L. , Fruiterer .. 
Anderson, James, Baker 
Bain, Alexander, Joiner 
Bakery, Central, The 
Balfour, W. & Son, Leather Merchants 
BallingaU's, Cycles and Motors 
Bennie, Ralph, Radio Engineer 
Billposdng Co. Ltd., General .. 
Birnie, William, Fishmonger . . 
Blind Institution, Royal, Dundee 
Bremner Brothers, Radio Engineers 
Brodlie, G. & Sons, Twine Spinners 
Brown, John, Draper .. 
Bruce, A. C, Slater .. 
Bruce, A. E., Grocer .. 
Brace's Cycle Depot 
Bruce, Douglas W., Carrier 
Bruce, G. R., Bootmaker, 
Caird, Henry W. , Chemist 
Caledonian Insurance Co. 
Callander, David, Contractors . . 
Campbell, G. , Fruiterer 
Chalmers, Miss L., Confectioner, &c 
Clark, W. B., Shoemaker 
Coutts, William, jun., Butcher 
Craik, Robert F., Butcher 
Cumming, C. , Railway Hotel . . 
D.P.M. Cafe, Dundee 
Davidson's Garage 
Davie, R. M., Furniture Dealer 
Dorvvard, John, Grocer 
Duncan, J. L., Draper 
Dunn, John A., Shoemaker 
Esson, W. F. S., Grocer 
Esson & Napier, Men's Outfitters 
Eaton & Fyfe, Butchers 
Edwards, Mrs, Butcher 
Farquharson, Adam, Newsagent 
Farquharson, J., Joiner 
Findlay, R. L. & Co., Builders 
Fish Supply, Direct 
Forfar & District Laundry Co. Ltd. 
Forfar Dispatch 
Forfar East Port Savings Association Ltd. 
Forfar Northern Saving Association Ltd 
Forfar United Co-operative Society Ltd 
Forfar West Town End Association Ltd 
Fraser, John & Sons, Motor Engineers 
Fyfe, J. S., Painter .. 
General Accident Assurance Corporatio 
Gibson, Skene B., Contractor .. 
Greenhill, J. D., Butcher 
Guild, David, Bootmaker 
Hay, Alex. & Co., Joiners 
Henderson, A. & Son, Painters 
Henderson, T., Osnaburg Bar 
Hill, John, Cycle Agent 
Hosie, J., Radio Engineer 
Hunter, Fergus, Baker and Confectioner 
Ingram, Adam I. & Son, Tilelayers and 
Fireplace Experts, 



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140 



Kerr, James, & Son, Slaters 

Kydd, George, Gardener 

Laing, D. M., Photographer .. 

Laing, John S. , Bookseller 

Langlands, D. & Sons, Plumbers, &c. 

Liddle & Calder, Builders 

Low, Alexander, Gardener 

Low, Wm., & Co. Ltd., Grocers 

Lowson, Albert M., Salutation Hotel 

M'Kay, Alex. & Son, Shoemakers 

M'Kenzie, J., Painter 

M'Kinnon, J., Tailor 

M'Laren, James, & Son, Bakers, etc. 

McLaren, W., Painter 

Macfnrlane, M., Pharmacist .. 

Mackintosh, James, Engineer .. 

Macneill, H. Wright, Fruiterer, &c. 

Malcolm, Nicoll, Baker 

Mann, J. P., Royal Hotel 

Masonic Rooms 

Matthew, H., The Craft Shop 

Maxwell, L. & D., Fishmongers 

Maxwell, Miss A., Tobacconist 

Milne, David S., Slater 

Milne, Ernest, Joiner 

Milne & Stewart, Builders 

Milne, Miss M., Newsagent 

Milne, William W., Plasterer, &c, 

Mitchell, James B. , Brushmaker 

Muir, Thos., Son, & Patton Ltd., Coal 

Merchants 
Mungall, A. T., Ltd., Motor Engineers 
Murdoch, Math., Tobacconist 
Neave, George, Hairdresser 
Nevay, John & Son, Plasterers 
Nicoll, E. & D., Joiners, 
Nicoll, James, Grocer 
Niven, T. H., Tobacconist 
Ormond, Miss A., Milliner 
Paterson, W. , Picture-Frame Maker 
Patullo, David. Hairdresser 
Pavilion, The, Cinema . 
Petrie, David B., Butcher 
Petrie, George, Plumber 
Philips, D., Family Grocer, &c. 
Potter, Norman A., Joiner 
Regal, The, Cinema 
Reid Hall 

Ritchie Brothers, Carriers 
Roberts, John, Tailor 
Roberts, John & Son, Knitwear 

Specialists 
Roberts, W. & Son, Drapers 
Robertson, William C, Joiner . . 
Robbie & Nicoll, Seedsmen 
Rodger, David, & Son, Painters 
Ross, Alex. , Sculptor .. 
Saddler, W., Baker .. 
Samson, James, Joiner 
Scott, James, Optician 
Shepherd, Andrew & Sons, Slaters 
Shepherd, A. & C, Slaters 
Shepherd, W., Stationer and Printer 
Simpson, C. , Bookseller,, &c. 



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INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Smart, Allan, Plumber 
Stewart's, Cycle and Radio Engineer 
Stewart, Gordon, Temperance Hotel 
Stewart, J. & M., Shoemakers 
Stewart, S., Wool Warehouse . . 
Strachan, A. D., Wood and Coal 

Merchant 
Strachan, John, Watchmaker . . 
Sturrock & Son, Bakers 
Sturrock & Watt, Misses, Outfitters 



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Suttie, Miss A. P., Ladies' Outfitter 
Urquhart, Simon & Son, Merchants 
Wakeford, Thomas, General Grocer, &c 
Walker, James, Jarman's Hotel 
Watt, Frank, Joiner . . 
Watt, Robert, Butcher 
Whyte, Alex., Plumber 
Whyte, Alex., Coach Painter 
Wishart, W., Cycle Agent 
Wood, A. S., Butcher 



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172 
165 
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x 5 6 
138 
128 



COLOURED INSERTS. 



Campbell & Co., Aerated Water 

Manufacturers . . . . facing 52 

Dalgety, Alex., & Son, Drapers, &c. facing 20 
Doig, Thomas, Furniture Dealer, &c. 

facing 68-69 
Doig, W. L., Draper, &c. . . facing 37 

Ednie & Kininmonth, Ironmongers facing Title 
Irvine, Charles, & Sons, Seedsmen, facing 92a 
Jarvis Brothers, Drapers facing Contents 

Justice, Thomas, & Sons, Ltd., House 

Furnishers, Dundee . . . . facing 92 

Laird, C. & D., Builders .. .. facing 21 

Melvin, B. & M., Grocers, &c. .. facing 68 



Milne, W., & Sons, Electrical Engineers, &c, 

facing 53 
Morrison, Wm., Motor Engineer .. facing 84 
Patterson Brothers, Bakers . . facing 36 

Rattray, Jas. , Aerated Waters .. facing 69 
Robertson. Archie, Ltd., Motor Engineers ,, 5 
Scottish Motor Traction Co. Ltd., 

Dundee . . facing page 2 of Cover 

Shepherd, James & Son, China Merchants 

facing Almanac 
Shepherd, W. , Stationer Si Printer 

facing 85-92d-93 
Small, Peter, Engineer . . . . facing 100 



ADVERTISEMENTS ON COVER. 



Clark, John A., Jeweller 

Larg & Sons (Dundee) Ltd., Musicsellers 



Phins Ltd., China Merchants &c. 
Stewart, D. , Joiner. &c. 



CONTENTS. 



Advertisements ... 

Allotment Holders' Association 

Ambulance Brigade 

Angling Clubs 

Angus, County of 

A.R.P., 

Badminton Club 

Bakers' Union 

Bank Offices 

Banns, Proclamation of 

Benevolent Society, Forfar & District 

Bible Society 

Blind, Mission to the 

Bowling Clubs ... 

Boy Scouts 

British Legion, The 

Building Society ... 

Burgh Funds 

Burns Club 

Cage Bird Society 

Charity Mortifications 

Choral Union 

Churches 

Church Services, &c. 

Coal Societies 

Community Drama, Scottish 

Courts : — 

Burgh... 

Licensing, Burgh 

Police... 

Sheriff 

Valuation Appeal 
Cricket Club 
Cryptic Council ... 
Curling Club, Angus Province 
Curling Club 

Customs and Excise Office 
Cycling Club, Angus 
Dairymen's Association 
Dance Society, Country ... 
Dramatic Society 
Draughts Club 
Eastern Star, Order of 
Education Committee, Angus 
Educational Trust, Angus 
Factory Workers' Union ... 
Factory Workers' Union App. Socie 
Farmers in District 
Football Clubs 
Foresters, Ancient Order of 
Forestry Society ... 
Girl Guides 
Golf Clubs 

Hairdressers' Association 
Halls ... 
Holidays 

Horticultural Society 
Householders, List of 



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Infirmary 

Instrumental Band 

Insurance Committee, County 

Insurance Coupon 

Justices of the Peace (Forfar) 

Labour Exchange 

Letter Boxes ... ... ,... 92 

Library, Public ... ... ... 82 

Licensed Trade Defence Association 91 

Literary Institute 

Magistrates and Town Council ... 79 

Masonic Lodges... 

Motor Taxation Department 

Museum, Forfar 

Nursing Association 

Operatic Society 

Painters' Society ... ... 91 

Panel Committee for County of Forfar 86 

Pigeon Club, Racing ... ... 91 

Pipe Band ... ... ... 83 

Plate Glass Insurance Association 85 

Post Office Arrangements ... 92 

P.C.A., Society for ... ... 85 

P.C.C., Society for ... ... 85 

Public Assistance Committee ... 83 

kailwaymen's Union ... ... 91 

Reading Room ... ... ... 82 

Registrar's Office 

Rifle Club 

Rugby Football Club 

Rural Community Council .. 85 

Rural Workers' Society ... ... 91 

Saving Associations .. ... 87 

Savings Bank .. ... ... 82 

School Management Committee, Forfar 81 

School do. Glamis-Rescobie 81 

Schools in Forfar ... ... 82 

Shepherds, Loyal Ancient ... 88 

Shopkeepers' Association ... 90 

Swimming Club ... ... 90 

Teachers, Principal, in Forfar Schools 82 

Telephone Kiosks, ... ... 92 

Tenters' Association ... ... 91 

Territorials ... ... ... 83 

Town Council Committees ... 79-80 

Town's Officials ... ... 79 

Town's Representatives ... ... 80 

Tract Society ... ... ... 85 

Trades Council ... ... ... 91 

Trades and Professions ... ...93-100 

Transport Workers' Union ... 91 

Typographical Society ... ... 91 

Unionist Organisation, Forfarshire 86 

Valuation, 1938-39 ... ... 79 

Wood Workers' Society ... ... 91 

Women Citizens' Association ... 86 

Yearly Societies ... ... ... 87 

Y.M.C.A. and Y.W.C.A. ... 85 



Almanac for 1939 (16 pp.) inserted between pages 100 and 117. 





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FORFAR DIRECTORY. 



LIST OF HOUSEHOLDERS. 



Abel, John R., " Hillcrest," Brechin Road 

Aberdein, Mrs Anne, restaurant keeper, 3 Sparrowcroft 

Adam, Alexander, 79 West High Street 

Adam, David, lorry driver, Hillpark, Hillside Road 

Adam, Elizabeth, 16 Wellbraehead 

Adam, Isabella, nurse, 17 Wellbraehead 

Adam, James, factory worker, 21 New Road 

Adam, Mary, 23 Wellbraehead 

Adam, Misses, 14 New Road 

Adam, Mrs Mary, 28 Glamis Road 

Adam, Mrs Mary, 1 Roberts Street 

Adam, Thomas, 5 Dundee Loan 

Adam, William, gardener, 8 Charles Street 

Adams, George, bank accountant, " St. Arnolds," Robertson Ter. 

Adams, Mrs Elizabeth, 35 North Street 

Adams, William D. W., plasterer, 35 Easterbank 

Adamson, Alexander, builder, 4 Jamieson Street 

Adamson, George, builder, " Acharn " Rosebank Road 

Adamson, Harold, stationer, 10 Don Street 

Adamson, John, caretaker, Town House, Cross 

Adamson, John B., stationer, 109b Castle Street 

Adamson, Mowat, railway clerk, 16 Montrose Road 

Adamson, Mrs Elsie, 29 Lily bank Crescent 

Adamson, Robert K., confectioner, 3 West High Street 

Addison, David, 2 Academy Street 

Addison, James, joiner, 3 Albert Street 

Airey, Mrs Agnes, 107 Graham Crescent 

Airth, Mrs Elizabeth, 16 Wellbraehead 

Airth, Mrs Jessie, 18 Easterbank 

Aitkenhead, Agnes, 169 East High Street 

Aitkenhead, S., factory worker, Queen's Well Lane, 123 Castle St. 

Alexander, Alexander, 77 West High Street 

Alexander, Alfred, butcher, 14 St. James' Terrace 

Alexander, Isabella, 33 South Street 

Alexander, James, railway guard, 22 Don Street 

Alexander, Jean, 3 Cottage Homes, Lilybank Road 

Alexander, John, factory worker, 77 Glamis Road 

Alexander, Mary Jane, 76 East High Street 

Alexander, Mrs Elizabeth, 10 King's Road 

Alexander, Mrs Isabella, 3 Albert Street 

Alexander, Mrs Isabella, 4 Cottage Homes, Lilybank Road 

Alexander, Robert L., factory worker, 18 Nursery Street 

Allan, Alexander, 122 Dundee Loan 



FORFAR DIRECTORY. 



Allan, Elizabeth, 9 North Street 

Allan, James, jun., aerated water manuftr., 10 Lilybank Crescent 

Allan, James, labourer, 59 Queen Street 

Allan, John, 83 Lilybank Crescent 

Allan, Ronald, 16 Green Street 

Allan, William, aerated water manufacturer, 5 Vennel 

Allan, William, sen., 6 Wellbraehead 

Allardice, Andrew, factory worker, 109 Queen Street 

Allardice, Esther, 137J East High Street 

Allardice, Frank, 72 Lilybank Crescent 

Allardice, George, blacksmith, " Southbank House," South Street 

Allardice, George, 9 Glamis Road 

Allardice, George, mill worker, 59 Easterbank 

Allardice, James T., rector, 2 Vennel 

Allardice, John, baker, " Brynhelig," Lochside Road 

Allardice, Mrs Jane, 21 Nursery Street 

Allardice, Norman, tenter, 76 Dundee Loan 

Allardice, William, tailor, 34 Dundee Road 

Allardyce, Mrs Margaret, 2 Cottage Homes, Lilybank Road 

Allison, David, fruit farmer, Hillside Road 

Anderson, Alexander, millwright, 15 Graham Crescent 

Anderson, Alexander, postman, 80 Lilybank Crescent 

Anderson, Alexander, labourer, 5 Newmorithill 

Anderson, Alexander T., dentist, 71 East High Street 

Anderson, David, factory worker, 5 Roberts Street North 

Anderson, David, factory worker, 14 William Street 

Anderson, George L., 16 Little Causeway 

Anderson, James, fireman, 99b East High Street 

Anderson, James, 24 North Street 

Anderson, James, 99b East High Street 

Anderson, James M., 18 Manor Street 

Anderson, John, factory worker, 20 Market Place 

Anderson, Mary Ann, 32 Manor Street 

Anderson, Misses, 11 North Street 

Anderson, Mrs Annie, baker, 98 West High Street 

Anderson, Mrs Annie, 44 North Street 

Anderson, Mrs Barbara, 6 Broadcroft (east) 

Anderson, Mrs Dorothy, 82 Dundee Road 

Anderson, Mrs Isabella, 27 Prior Road 

Anderson, Mrs Isabella, 26 Glamis Road 

Anderson, Mrs Jessie, 4 Victoria Street 

Anderson, Peter, retired, " Hawthorn Cottage," Brechin Road 

Anderson, Peter, factory worker, Queen's Well Lane, 123 Castle St. 

Anderson, Robert, factory overseer, Chapelpark, Academy Street 

Anderson, Robert H., county clerk, " Ferryton," Hillside Road 

Anderson, William, manager, "Ardmohr," South Street 

Anderson, William, mechanic, 41-43 South Street 

Anderson, William, 1 14 Dimdee Loan 



FORFAR DIRECTORY. 



Andrew, Elizabeth, 4 St. James' Terrace 

Andrew, Misses, 46 Glamis Road 

Archer, Edward, 3 Strathmore Villas, Dundee Road 

Archer, Mrs Jane Ann, 50 North Street 

Armstrong, Susan, bus conductress, 49 West High Street 

Arnot, C. M., nurseryman, "Melbourne Cottage," Rosebank Road 

Arnot, Jessie A., "Acharn," Rosebank Road 

Arnot, Mrs Jessie B., " Melbourne Cottage," Rosebank Road 

Arnot, Norman D. W., ironmonger, 3 Helen Street 

Arthur, Mrs Annie, 6 Cottage Homes, Lilybank Road 

Bain, Mrs Isabella, 34 Manor Street 

Balfour, Alex., leather merchant, " St. Mary's," Brechin Road 

Balfour, Alexander, millworker, 4 Windyedge Terrace 

Balfour, Charles, Hillockhead, East High Street 

Balfour, Charles, farm worker, 17 Arbroath Road 

Balfour, David, 52 Yeaman Street 

Balfour, George, 53 Graham Crescent 

Balfour, Helen, 9 Watt Street 

Balfour, James, railway fireman, 30 John Street 

Balfour, James, factory worker, 143 East High Street 

Balfour, John, labourer, 9 Watt Street 

Balfour, Mrs Davina, 16 Prior Road 

Balfour, Mrs Mary, 94 Dundee Loan 

Balfour, Robert, 14 Peffers Place 

Balfour, Robert S., printer, " Burbank," Taylor Street 

Balfour, Stewart, factory worker, 5 Watt Street 

Balfour, William, surfaceman, 5 Archie's Park 

Balfour, William, labourer, 11 Archie's Park 

Balfour, William, baker, 4 Graham Crescent 

Balfour, William B., factory worker, 11 Eastern Sunnyside 

Balharry, David, joiner, 30 Dundee Road 

Ballantine, Robert, fireman, 45 Roberts Street 

Ballingall, Margaret, "Alva House," East High Street 

Barclay, Arthur W., painter, 90a Castle Street 

Barclay, Stephen, cablejointer, 12 Arbroath Road 

Barnet, David, retired, 2 Cargill Terrace, Brechin Road 

Barrie, Robert, mason, 27 Easterbank 

Barron, Alexander, signalman, "Adecea," 30 Montrose Road 

Barry, Thomas Goodall, " Craigmount," Dundee Road 

Batchelor, Charles, 42 Prior Road 

Batchelor, John, 186 East High Street 

Baxter, Mrs Elizabeth, 186 East High Street 

Beattie, John, labourer, 15 Charles Street 

Beattie", Robert, mechanic, 12 Charles Street 

Beattie, William, police constable, 14 Roberts Street North 

Beedie, Robert, lamplighter, Craig of Loch Road 

Begg, Alexander, ganger, 50 Graham Crescent 

Begg, William, labourer, 97 Lilybank Crescent 



FORFAR DIRECTORY. 



Bell, George, ticket collector, Gordon House, Zoar 

Bell, James, plasterer, " Hillpark," Hillside Road 

Bell, Rev. David M., The Manse, Lour Road 

Bell, William, manager, 9 Dundee Loan 

Bell, William D., 66 Dundee Road 

Bennet, Andrew, 22 Nursery Street 

Bennet, Jane, 45| Queen Street 

Bennet, John, 14a North Street 

Bennet, Jessie, 123e Castle Street 

Bennet, Mrs Jane, 15 St. James' Terrace 

Bennie, Mrs Frances, " Myrtle Cottage," Brechin Road 

Benson, Joseph, labourer, 45 Nursery Street 

Bernard, William D., music teacher, " Strathyre," Lour Road 

Bertie, David, " Branderhaugh," Prior Road 

Bertie, Violet, 6 Green Street 

Bertram, William A., weights inspector, " Restalrig," South Street 

Bett, John, railway guard, 79 Lilybank Crescent 

Bett, Mrs Bella, 5 Katherine Street, Zoar 

Binny, Alexander S., cattle dealer, 23 New Road 

Binny, David, 26 Prior Road 

Binny, David D., cattle dealer, " Roseneath," Lochside Road 

Birnie, William, fishmonger, 10 East High Street 

Birse, Albert, labourer, 1 William Street 

Birse, Alfred Stewart, postman, 21 Eastern Sunnyside 

Birse, Mrs Jessie, 6 Victoria Street 

Birse, William, roadman, 51 Dundee Loan 

Bissett, David, joint bank agent, " Cruachan," Lour Road 

Black, Adam, labourer, 60 North Street 

Black, Agnes, factory worker, 35 Nursery Street 

Black, Allan, factory worker, 30 South Street 

Black, Bella, 19 Green Street 

Black, David, mechanic, 56 Lilybank Crescent 

Black, David, 43 Victoria Street 

Black, Ernest, carter, 2 Bell Place 

Black, Frank, lorry driver, 1 Peffers Place 

Black, George, dairyman, 6 Dundee Loan 

Black, James, factor, 38-40 North Street 

Black, James, horse dealer, 23 North Street 

Black, James, shoemaker, " Ameroch," South Street 

Black, James, jun., 3 Peffers Place 

Black, Joan, factory worker, 28 Yeaman Street 

Black, Mary, teacher, 108 Castle Street 

Black, Mrs Arabella, 7 Newmonthill 

Black, Mrs Elizabeth, 1 Windyedge Terrace 

Black, Mrs Mary Ann, 4 Peffers Place 

Black, Robert L., fireman, 36 South Street 

Black, William, mechanic, 30 Easterbank 

Blacklaws, Mrs Mary Ann, 3 North Street 



FORFAR DIRECTORY. 



Blackwood, John F., 1 Brechin Road, Zoar 

Blair, David, 52 South Street 

Blair, James, factory worker, Chapel park, Academy Street 

Blair, James, mill worker, 35 South Street 

Blair, John, printer, 5 Southview Terrace, Roberts Street 

Blair, Mrs Jane, 42 Prior Road 

Blair, Skene, storekeeper, 64 East High Street 

Blair, Walter, motor driver, 76 Castle Street 

Blues, Alexander, tailor, 18 Newmonthill 

Blyth, Charles, painter, 3 West High Street 

Blyth, George, 69 West High Street 

Boath, Alexander Wood, tenter, 17 Arbroath Road 

Boath, Andrew, mason, 6 Headingstone Place 

Boath, Ann, factory worker, 8 Lour Road 

Boath, Charles, clerk, Hillpark, Hillside Road 

Boath, David, factory worker, 1 Montrose Road 

Boath, David, 10 Yeaman Street 

Boath, Ernest, 12 Yeaman Street 

Boath, Frank, factory worker, 30 South Street 

Boath, John, butcher, 41 Roberts Street 

Boath, Mary, 6 Dundee Road 

Boath, Mary Ann, 59 West High Street 

Boath, Mrs Helen, 17 North Street 

Boath, Mrs Margaret, 85 East High Street 

Boath, Robert, factory worker, 22 Prior Road 

Boath, William, tenter, 18 South Street 

Boni, Antonio, 96 West High Street 

Bonnar, Mary, 101 East High Street 

Bowen, David, joiner, 26J West High Street 

Bowick, Alexander Laing, "Margaret Cottage," Prior Road 

Bowman, Adam, traveller, 4 North Street 

Bowman, Harry, painter, 63 West High Street 

Bowman, Isabella, factory worker, 122 Dundee Loan 

Bowman, John, commercial traveller, 3 Cargill Ter., Brechin Rd. 

Bowman, John, factory worker, 161 East High Street 

Bowman, Mrs Agnes, 10 Nursery Street 

Bowman, Mrs Annie, 15 Newmonthill 

Bowman, Robert Boath, spirit merchant, " Kildonan," Roberts St. 

Boyle, David, navyman, 3 Arbroath Road 

Boyle, Isabella, 3 Bell Place 

Boyle, James Wood, chemist, 27 Little Causeway 

Boyle, Joan, factory worker, 5 Bell Place 

Boyle, Mary Ann, 44 Dundee Loan 

Boyle, Mrs Stewart, " Bellevue," Lininghills Lane 

Boyle, Robert, 8 Bell Place 

Bradford, Thomas, Slatefield, Dundee Road 

Braid, Charles, 1 Albert Street 

Braid, David, 4 Dundee Road 



FORFAR DIRECTORY. 



Braid, Hector, factory worker, 91a West High Street 

Braid, Joseph, labourer, 12 Stark's Close, West High Street 

Braid, Lavina, 6 Stark's Close, West High Street 

Brand, Jessie, 18 Rosebank Road 

Brebner, James W., 7 Little Causeway 

Brechin, Alexander, transport driver, 20 Easterbank 

Brechin, Charles, factory worker, 46 Brechin Road, Zoar 

Brechin, John, 32 Canmore Street 

Bremner, David, electrician, 53 Lilybank Crescent 

Bremner, James, electrician, 42 Lilybank Crescent 

Bremner, James, " Ivybank," South Street 

Brewster, Robert, labourer, 74 Graham Crescent 

Brodlie, James F., twinemaker, 9 Sparrowcroft 

Brodlie, William S., twinemaker, 3 Chapel Street 

Brown, Agnes R., " Millbank," Victoria Street 

Brown, Alexander, grocer, 64 East High Street 

Brown, Alexina, 8 William Street 

Brown, Andrew, coach painter, 9 Roberts Street 

Brown, Benjamin, factory worker, 40 Prior Road 

Brown, Charles, Lilybank Toll 

Brown, David, postman, 36 West High Street 

Brown, George, clerk, 50 North Street 

Brown, George, labourer, 129 J East High Street 

Brown, George, chimney sweep, 22 Don Street 

Brown, George W., chemist, St. John's Cottages, Fyfe Street 

Brown, James, gas stoker, 40 Lour Road 

Brown, James, railway brakesman, 15 Canmore Street 

Brown, Jane, factory worker, 93a West High Street 

Brown, Jane, 113 Castle Street 

Brown, Jessie, 1 Bell Place 

Brown, John, 9 Wellbraehead 

Brown, John, draper, 140a East High Street 

Brown, John Cook, bus driver, 32 North Street 

Brown, Mrs Anglina, 32 Prior Road 

Brown, Mrs Bella, 16 Nursery Street 

Brown, Mrs Christina, Ashton Cottage, Fyfe Street 

Brown, Mrs Etta, 11 Arbroath Road 

Brown, Mrs Margaret, 102 Dundee Loan 

Brown, Mrs Mary, 8 Cottage Homes, Lilybank Road 

Brown, Ogilvie, shoemaker, 35 Lilybank Crescent 

Brown, Robert, slater, 40 Prior Road 

Brown, William, dyker, 26 Glamis Road 

Brown, William, 1 Bell Place 

Brown, William, sawyer, 12 North Street 

Brown, William, factory worker, 44 John Street 

Brown, William, "Ashton Cottage," Fyfe Street 

Brown, William, joiner, 46 South Street 

Brown, William, 100 Dundee Loan 



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Brown, William, 14 Arbroath Road 

Brown, William, agent, Millbank, Victoria Street 

Brown, William, Fountain Cottage, 71 Queen Street 

Bruce, Adam, labourer, 5 Helen Street 

Bruce, Alexander, slater, 11 Headingstone Place 

Bruce, Alexander C, slater, 52 Prior Road 

Bruce, Andrew, grocer, 3 West High Street 

Bruce, David, 11 Osnaburg Street 

Bruce, David, factory worker, 37 John Street 

Bruce, David, plumber, 2 Muirbank, 24 Brechin Road 

Bruce, Douglas W., carrier, 23 Castle Street 

Bruce, George, mill worker, 15 Easterbank 

Bruce, George R., boot maker, "St. John's Cottages," Fyfe Street 

Bruce, Harry, cycle agent, 116 East High Street 

Bruce, Henry, fireman, 12 Charles Street 

Bruce, James, general dealer, 110 Castle Street 

Bruce, James, 2 Peffers Place 

Bruce, James, postman, 64 Lilybank Crescent 

Bruce, James, 106c Castle Street 

Bruce, Jessie, 6 Osnab\xrg Street 

Bruce, John, labourer, 35 Nursery Street 

Bruce, John, factory worker, 69 Glamis Road 

Bruce, Mrs Ann, 31 Canmore Street 

Bruce, Mrs Helen, 83 Graham Crescent 

Bruce, Mrs Isabella, 18 Little Causeway 

Bruce, Mrs Mary, cycle agent, 51 South Street 

Bruce, Norman, grocer, 23 Easterbank 

Bruce, Robert, 129 Castle Street 

Bruce, Robert, 49 North Street 

Bruce, William, ironmonger, Kirkton, Academy Street 

Bruce, William, factory worker, 36 Graham Crescent 

Bryan, Fred, sen., 20J Nursery Street 

Bryan, Fred, jun., 20 Nursery Street 

Buchan, Marshall, petrol salesman, 8 King's Road 

Buchan, Mrs Catherine, " Nilebank," Rosebank Road 

Buchan, Mrs Elspeth, 13 Cottage Homes, Jamieson Street 

Buchan, Walter, mill worker, 78 Lilybank Crescent 

Bullman, Rev. William, 59 Lilybank Crescent 

Burgess, George C, m.d., " Rosehill," St. James' Road 

Burness, George, roadman, 48 Glamis Road 

Burness, George, Kirkton, Academy Street 

Burnett, Alexander, policeman, 11 Lilybank Crescent 

Burnett, Andrew, 16 Market Place 

Burnett, Catherine F., 4 Morley Place, Gordon Street 

Burns, David, 89 West High Street 

Burns, Emily L., music teacher, 68 Castle Street 

Burns, Mrs Isabella, 33 South Street 

Burns, Jessie, 7 Montrose Road 



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Burns, John, 12 Glamis Road 

Burns, Robert, 22 Canmore Street 

Butchart, Mrs Mary Ann, 36 Dundee Loan 

Butchart, Robert, dairyman, 129 Dundee Road 

Butchart, William, baker, 14 Montrose Road 

Byars, Andrew, 39 St. James' Road 

Byars, David, 9 New Road 

Byars, Jane, " Annfield Cottage," West High Street 

Byars, John, solicitor, 3 Morley Place 

Byars, Mrs Agnes, 10 Canmore Street 

Byars, Richard, clerk, 5 Watt Street 

Byars, Robert O., coachpainter, 39 St. James' Road 

Byars, William, blacksmith, 93b West High Street 

Byres, Alfred, scavenger, 61 Dundee Loan 

Byres, Mrs Annie, 2 Helen Street 

Byres, William, 186 East High Street 

Byres, William, baker, 78 West High Street 

Cable, David, commission agent, 58 Castle Street 

Cable, Dr James Ewen, 53 East High Street 

Cable, George, motor taxation officer, 'Adecea," 17 Taylor Street 

Cable, George, 15 Muir Street, Zoar 

Cable, James, insurance agent, 65 Lilybank Crescent 

Cable, John, draper, 12 Katherine Street, Zoar 

Cable, John R., agent, South Street 

Cable, Misses, 39 Prior Road 

Cable, Mrs, 20 North Street 

Cable, Mrs Isabella, 4 Market Place 

Cable, Mrs Susan A., " Chapelbank," East High Street 

Cable, William W., moulder, 62 Easterbank 

Cadogan, Daniel, Hillockhead 

Caird.. Andrew B., caretaker, 39 Albert Street 

Caird, Henry W., chemist, " Balone," Brechin Road 

Caird, Jane Kyd, factory worker, 11 Glamis Road 

Calder, Helen, typist, 35 Prior Road 

Calder, Isabella, 57 North Street 

Calder, Jessie P. S., 116 Dundee Loan 

Calder, Mrs Mary Ann, 13 William Street 

Calder, Richard, 64 East High Street 

Callander, Alexander, contractor, Cunmont, Roberts Street 

Callander, Alexander M., motor driver, 82 Lilybank Crescent 

Callander, David, contractor, " Braedownie," Montrose Road 

Callander, David, grain merchant, " Wairoa," Robertson Terrace 

Callander, David, jun., '' Viewmount," 35 St. James' Road 

Callander, George, 4 Dundee Loan 

Callander, John, 4 Stark's Close, West High Street 

Callander, Mrs Helen, 24 Yeaman Street 

Callander, Mrs Mary, 51 Prior Road 

Callander, William Findlay, contractor, 56 North Street 



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Cameron, Archibald, factory worker, 37 Glamis Road 

Cameron, James, railway surfaceman, 80 North Street 

Cameron, James, 26J West High Street 

Cameron, John B., bank agent, Commercial Bank, East High St. 

Cameron, Kenneth, labourer, 8 St. James' Road 

Cameron, Martha, 33J West High Street 

Cameron, Mrs Elizabeth, " Fernbank," Lour Road 

Cameron, Thomas, hairdresser, 106a Castle Street 

Cameron, William, 132 Dundee Loan 

Campbell, Davina, dressmaker, 4 Castle Street 

Campbell, Henry, motorman, "Hillpark," Hillside Road 

Campbell, James, lorry driver, 3 Windyedge Terrace 

Campbell, James, 23 Dundee Loan 

Campbell, Joan, factory worker, 40 Prior Road 

Campbell, Mrs Annie F., 24 Manor Street 

Campbell, Mrs Jane, 1 Albert Street 

Campbell, Mrs Mary, 12 Windyedge Terrace 

Campbell, William, spirit merchant, 79| East High Street 

Campbell, William, chauffeur, 34 Lilybank Crescent 

Cant, Alexander, vanman, 39 Nursery Street 

Cant, John, carter, 50 Brechin Road, Zoar 

Carcary, Alexander, telephone linesman, 65 Graham Crescent 

Carcary, Alexander, 48 Dundee Road 

Carcary, Andrew, 7 St. James' Terrace 

Carcary, David, ploughman, 16 Charles Street 

Carcary, James, factory worker, 42 Prior Road 

Carcary, John, 23 Castle Street 

Carcary, Logan, 6 Glamis Road 

Carcary, Mrs Mabel, factory worker, 27 John Street 

Carcary, Mrs Mary A., factory worker, 5 St. James' Road 

Carcary, Stewart G., factory worker, 16 Charles Street 

Cargill, Alexander T., postman, 93 Lilybank Crescent 

Cargill, Maggie Ann, 37 John Street 

Carnegie, David, labourer, 42 Graham Crescent 

Carnegie, Jessie, 22 Yeaman Street 

Carnegie, Henry, 18 Glamis Road 

Carnegy, D. J., jun., county assessor, "Mylnehall," Dundee Loan 

Carrie, Andrew, 25 Nursery Street 

Carrie, Elizabeth, factory worker, 25 Nursery Street 

Carrie, Misses, 3 Muirbank, Brechin Road 

Carrie, Mrs Dorothy, 19 South Street 

Carrie, Mrs Elizabeth, 15 Eastern Sunnyside 

Carrie, Mrs Jessie, 28 Graham Crescent 

Carrol, James, factory worker, 49b Dundee Loan 

Carver, Harry C, bank agent, " Roselea," Taylor Street 

Catanich, Jean, 52 Brechin Road. Zoar 

Chalmers, Charles, fireman, 6 Windyedge Terrace 

Chalmers, Charles, labourer, 12 Watt Street 



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Chalmers, David, 82 North Street 

Chalmers, D. M., confectioner, " Mansfield Cottage," St. James' Rd 

Chalmers, Georgina, 25 Glamis Road 

Chalmers, William, draper, 156J East High Street 

Chaplin, Misses, " Bloomfield," Lour Road 

Chapman, David, vanman, 17 Manor Street 

Chapman, J., jun., confectioner, "Windsor Cottage," Dundee Loan 

Chapman, Mrs James, " Stanmore," Hillside Road 

Cheyne, Daniel, 7 North Street 

Christie, Alexander, fireman, 42 Easterbank 

Christie, Andrew, jun., Bankhead, Lochside Road 

Christie, David C, chief constable, " Lyndhurst," Taylor Street 

Christie, John, 22 Dundee Road 

Christie, Margaret, 40 Gladstone Terrace, Dundee Loan 

Christie, Mrs Elizabeth, 188 East High Street 

Christie, Mrs Margaret, 70 North Street 

Christie, Mrs, 14 Don Street 

Christie, Robert, lorryman, 45J Queen Street 

Christie, Robert, brakesman, 34 Market Street 

Christie, William, 20 Nursery Street 

Christison, David, factory worker, 29 Strang Street 

Clark, Alexander, factory worker, 51 \ West High Street 

Clark, Alexander, 1 Sparrowcroft 

Clark, Andrew, 6 Arbroath Road 

Clark, Annie, 9 Headingstone Place 

Clark, Cathcart, bus driver, 13 Wellbraehead 

Clark, Charles, hairdresser, " Westby House," 66 West High Street 

Clark, David, factory worker, Albion Place, East High Street 

Clark, David, dairy keeper, 152 East High Street 

Clark, David, mason, 2 Dundee Road 

Clark, Elizabeth, 26£ West High Street 

Clark, George, organiser, 120 East High Street 

Clark, James, potato dresser, 44 Easterbank 

Clark, James, labourer. 46 Easterbank 

Clark, James, procurator-fiscal, " Clivemont," Bankhead Road 

Clark, James Doig, postman, 137^ East High Street 

Clark, John, printer, " Glen Ard," Yeaman Street 

Clark, John, 53 Dunde ; Loan 

Clark, John A., jeweller, 30 North Street 

Clark, Maggie, 13 Charles Street 

Clark, Misses, 38 East High Street 

Clark, Mrs Agnes, 85 Lilybank Crescent 

Clark, Mrs Betsy, 182 East High Street 

Clark, Mrs Betsy, 4 Nursery Street 

Clark, Mrs Eliza, "Maybank," 94 Dundee Road 

Clark, Mrs Elizabeth, 9 Chapel Street 

Clark, Mrs Helen, 3 Prior Road 

Clark, Mrs Isabella, 13 Albert Street 



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Clark, Mrs Jane, 157 East High Street 

Clark, Mrs Mary, 35 Glamis Road 

Clark, Robert, farm servant, 102 Castle Street 

Clark, Robert, factory worker, 6 Arbroath Road 

Clark, Sarah, " Gordon House," Katherine Street, Zoar 

Clark, William, carter, 33 Graham Crescent 

Clark, William, factory worker, 14 Manor Street 

Clark, William, vanman, 34 John Street 

Clark, William, 15 Wellbraehead 

Clark, William, 33 Lour Road 

Clark, William, clerk, 20 Dundee Loan 

Clark, William B., bootmaker, 84 East High Street 

Clark, Robert, '• Benholm," Glamis Road 

Clarke, Rose, 26 Nursery Street 

Clement, David, postman, 1 Green Street 

Clyne, Donald, 41 Dundee Loan 

Coghill, Barbara, 42 John Street 

Coleman, Mrs Margaret, 124 Dundee Loan 

Collie, James, farm servant, 132 Dundee Loan 

Collie, Mrs Bridget, 70 Dundee Road 

Collins, Charles W., 15 Manor Street 

Conacher, P. A., "Newtonbank," Rosebank Road 

Connell, William, retired booking clerk, 68 North Street 

Conning, Mrs Jessie. 63 West High Street 

Cook, Albert, 12 Charles Street 

Cook, Alexander, Muir Street, Zoar 

Cook, Charles, carter, 42 South Street 

Cook, Charles, jun., tailor, 63 Dundee Loan 

Cook, Edward, carter, 2 Nursery Street 

Cook, Frank, factory worker, 1 John Street 

Cook, Fred, carter, 13 Wellbraehead 

Cook, George, 6 Nursery Street 

Cook, Isabella, 17 Market Place 

Cook, James, carter, 22 Arbroath Road 

Cook, James, factory worker, 16 Dundee Road 

Cook, James, grocer, 34 Graham Crescent 

Cook, James, 7 Bell Place 

Cook, John, carter, 69 Queen Street 

Cook, Joseph, contractor, 10 East High Street 

Cook, Misses, 9 Newmonthill 

Cook, Mrs Mary Ann, 160 \ East High Street 

Cook, William, 38 Market Street 

Cook, William, 16 Newmonthill 

Cook, William, carter, 77 Graham Crescent 

Cook, William T., postman, 14 Dundee Loan 

Cooper, Elizabeth, 11 Newmonthill 

Cooper, Mrs Jessie, " Willowbank," 11 Brechin Road 

Copland, Rev. Alex., The Parsonage, Lour Road 



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Corbett, Joseph, railway worker, 5 Market Place 

Cormie, George, labourer, 4 Broadcroft (west) 

Cormie, Thomas, railway fireman, 45 Graham Crescent 

Cormie, William, mill worker, 65 North Street 

Coupar, Mrs Annie S., 13 Wellbraehead 

Coupar, Robert, mason, 39 North Street 

Couttie, Alexander, labourer, 93 Graham Crescent 

Coutts, Charles E. S., butcher, "Bell-Vue," Vermel 

Coutts, David, tenter, 136 East High Street 

Coutts, Frank, joiner, 62 Dundee Road 

Coutts, Fred. A., butcher, 85 Castle Street 

Coutts, Frederick T., butcher, " Marlee," Robertson Terrace 

Coutts, James, labourer, 17 Graham Crescent 

Coutts, James, calender worker, 67 Graham Crescent 

Coutts, John, tenter, 10 Arbroath Road 

Coutts, Lewis B., factory manager, 7 Helen Street 

Coutts, Mary, 16 Green Street 

Coutts, Mrs Sarah, " Kenil worth," Brechin Road 

Coutts, William, caretaker, 62 Graham Crescent 

Coutts, William, jun., butcher, " Rosemount," New Road 

Coutts, William F. T., butcher, " Aldersyde," Taylor Street 

Cowie, David, mason, 42 Prior Road 

Cowie, Ernest, factory worker, 105 Queen Street 

Cowie, Mrs Euphemia, 155a East High Street 

Cowie, Mrs Jessie, 36a Castle Street 

Cownie, Alexander, 30 Nursery Street 

Cownie, Allan, 13 Wellbraehead 

Cownie, David, 86 West High Street 

Cownie, Graham, railway fireman, 29 Easterbank 

Cownie, Mrs Margaret, 186 East High Street 

Crabb, Charles, mechanic, 67 Glamis Road 

Crabb, David, joiner, 14 Nursery Street 

Crabb, George, Newford Park 

Craib, James, carter, 186 East High Street 

Craib, Leslie, carter, 40 South Street 

Craig, Douglas, 1 Osnaburg Street 

Craig, George A., solicitor, " The Sheiling," Taylor Street 

Craig, James, 12 Glamis Road 

Craig; Misses, 12 Montrose Road 

Craig, William, railwayman, 36 Lilybank Crescent 

Craik, David M., 27 St. James' Road 

Craik, Frank, 2 Brechin Road, Zoar 

Craik, Frank, mill worker, 34 Prior Road 

Craik, Frank B., town chamberlain, Robertson Terrace 

Craik, Helen, 35 John Street 

Craik, James, milk salesman, Lilybank Farm 

Craik, Janet F., 27 St. James' Road 

Craik, John F., 5 Broadcroft (west) 



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Craik, Mrs Agnes, 25 Montrose Road 

Craik, Mrs Jane, 34 Lour Road 

Craik, Mrs Margaret A., " Manorlea," Manor Street 

Craik, Robert F., butcher, Newford Park 

Craik, Stella M., " Blytheswood Cottage," Rosebank Road 

Cramond, Charles S., clerk, 23 Castle Street 

Cramond, George, " Eskdale," Brechin Road 

Cramond, James, merchant, Manor House, Castle Street 

Crichton, Jane D., " Carseview," Brechin Road 

Crighton, Charles, storeman, 112 East High Street 

Crighton, David, factory worker. 29 South Street 

Crighton, Donald McL., Dundee Road 

Crighton, Mrs Margaret, 16 Arbroath Road 

Crighton, William D., carter, 5 Glamis Road 

Croal, David, factory manager, 31 Manor Street 

Crofts, Alexander, 56J East High Street 

Crofts, Alexander, yarn dresser, 3 Graham Crescent 

Crofts, Catherine, 14 William Street 

Croll, David M. L., clerk, 23 East High Street 

Croll, James, Lordburn Lodge, Arbroath Road 

Crow, Francis, 1 Muirbank, Brechin Road 

Crow, Joan F., milliner, 36 Yeaman Street 

Crowe, John D., 64 East High Street 

Cruickshank, George, railway fireman, 16 King's Road 

Cruickshank, Henry S., shoemaker, 8 Don Street 

Cruickshank. Mrs Helen, 40 Brechin Road, Zoar 

Cruickshank, Mrs Mary, 3 Watt Street 

Cruickshank, William, shoemaker, 7a Yeaman Street 

Cruickshanks, James, Hillockhead, East High Street 

Cumming, Anne Tower, "Kerrow," Hillside Road 

Cumming, Charles, hotel keeper, 48 Market Street 

Cumming, George B., civil servant, 32 West High Street 

Cumming, Robert, chauffeur, 17 Roberts Street 

Cunningham, William, gardener, 16 Green Street 

Cura, Mrs Gertrude, 65 West High Street 

Cuthbert, Jane, 45 Victoria Street 

Cuthbert, Jessie, " Lunan Cottage," Well Road 

Cuthill, James, 17 Charles Street 

Cuthill, Lant, labourer, 5 Albert Street 

Cuthill, Mrs Georgina, 1 Albert Street 

Cuthill, Mrs Janet, 4 West High Street 

Cuthill, William, 27 St. James' Road 

Dakers, David Watterson, 51 North Street 

Dakers, Mrs Annie, 3 Market Place 

Dakers, William, 37 North Street 

Dalgety, Alexander, tenter, 17 Albert Street 

Dalgety, Alexander, factory worker, 3 Arbroath Road 

Dalgety, Alexander C, draper, " Aviemore," Lochside Road 



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Dalgety, Alexander M., draper, Kirkton, Academy Street 

Dalgety, Bella, 22 Don Street 

Dalgety, James, 17 Manor Street 

Dalgety, Mrs Alex., 55 East High Street 

Dalgety, Mrs Elizabeth, 13 North Street ' , 

Dalgety, Mrs Georgina, 21 Roberts Street 

Dalgety, Robert S., blacksmith, 20 North Street 

Dalgleish, Hugh, clerk, " Ardmuir," Brechin Road 

Dalgleish, Mrs Jane, 21 Manor Street 

Dall, George, moulder, 94 North Street 

Dall, Henry, joiner, " Emerald Cottage," Montrose Road 

Dall, James, 3 Roberts Street 

Dall, John R., 94 North Street 

Dall, William, woodcutter, 18 Market Place 

David, Peter, keeper of model lodging house, 8 Couttie's Wynd 

Davidson, Charles, tailor, 88 West High Street 

Davidson, Charles, 23 Castle Street 

Davidson, George, 42 Prior Road 

Davidson, John, assist, insurance manager, 47 Easterbank 

Davidson, Lilian, 16 Arbroath Road 

Davidson, Mrs Elizabeth, 10 New Road 

Davidson, Mrs Elizabeth, 9 Cottage Homes, Jamieson Street 

Davidson, James, 121 Lilybank Crescent 

Davidson, Robert, motor engineer, 7 Arbroath Road 

Davidson, Sarah, factory worker, 9 Market Place 

Davidson, Thomas, 132 East High Street 

Davidson, William, 182 East High Street 

Davies, William M., chauffeur, 57 Graham Crescent 

Dawson, Myrtle, teacher, 5 Sparrowcroft 

Dear, Andrew S., 112 Dundee Road 

Dear, John B., 14 Watt Street 

Dear, Mrs Elizabeth, 3 Charles Street 

Dear, Mrs Jane, 52 Brechin Road, Zoar 

Dear, Mrs Jane, 10 Charles Street 

Dear, Mrs Margaret, 56 South Street 

Dear, Mrs Mary, 114 East High Street 

Dear, Norman, 8 Charles Street 

Dear, Robert A., 3 Charles Street 

Dear, William, factory foreman, 1 Muirbank, Brechin Road 

Dear, William, carter, 8 Archie's Park 

Dear, William, grocer, 44 Lilybank Crescent 

Dewar, Lily, 49 West High Street 

Dewar, William, spirit merchant, 103 West High Street 

Dick, Misses, 17 East High Street 

Dick, William H., clerk, 5 Strang Street 

Dickie, Mrs Margaret, 15 Newmonthil! 

Dickie, William, tenter, 19 Newmonthill 

Dickson, David, joiner, 13 Strang Street 



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Dickson, George, 4 Albert Street 

Dickson, John, lorryman, 40 Easterbank 

Dickson, Lizzie, 11 Strang Street 

Dill, Robert W., " Ben View Cottage," 94 Dundee Road 

Dingwall, John, 92 Lilybank Crescent 

Doig, Alexander, estate labourer, 25 Prior Road 

Doig, Alexander, 12 St. James' Road 

Doig, Elizabeth, 1 Cottage Homes, Lilybank Road 

Doig, Elizabeth Crighton, 14 Lour Road 

Doig, George W. L., draper, 16 East High Street 

Doig, James, furniture dealer, 113 Castle Street 

Doig, Jemima C, 93^ East High Street 

Doig, John, retired plasterer, 28 South Street 

Doig, John S., factory worker, 23 Glamis Road 

Doig, Mrs Eliza B., 12 North Street 

Doig, Mrs Margaret, 15 Newmonthill 

Doig, Mrs Mary, 48 Easterbank 

Doig, Peter, coal foreman, 68 Graham Crescent 

Doig, William Lowson, draper, 16 East High Street 

Donald, Alexander, tea merchant, 35 Castle Street 

Donald, Charles, ploughman, 52 Brechin Road, Zoar 

Donald, David, teacher, " Morar," Robertson Terrace 

Donald, Elizabeth, 31 Nursery Street 

Donald, Henry, fireman, 38 Lour Road 

Donald, James, clerk, " Milton House," Manor Street 

Donald, James, 20 Charles Street 

Donald, James Craik, shambles keeper, Lochside Road 

Donald, James, jun., joiner, 34 Lour Road 

Donald, Louise, 2 Bell Place 

Donald, Mrs Annie, 27 Manor Street 

Donald, Mrs Elizabeth, 12 Roberts Street North 

Donald, Mrs Jane, 7 Watt Street 

Donald, Mrs Lizzie, 14 Yeaman Street 

Donaldson, Agnes, 17 Dundee Loan 

Donaldson, Alexander, 6 North Street 

Donaldson, James, " Strath view," 100 Dundee Road 

Donaldson, Mrs Annie, 11 St. James' Terrace 

Donaldson, Mrs Helen, 2 Archie's Park 

Donnet, Mrs Jane, 15 Glamis Road 

Dorward, Alexander, motor driver, 2 St. James' Road 

Dorward, George, clerk, 6 Archie's Park 

Dorward, John E., licensed grocer, 42 West High Street 

Dorward, Mrs Mary M., 2 Canmore Street 

Douglas, George M., dairyman, 10 South Street 

Douglas, George, sen., 10 South Street 

Dow, Duncan, bus driver, 20 Dundee Road 

Dow, Isabella, " Gushetneuk," Roberts Street 

Dow, Mary, "Monymusk," Lochside Road 



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Downie, Jane, 68 Dundee Road 

Duff, Betsy, 24 North Street 

Duff, William, nurseryman, Academy Street 

Duffy, George, telephone linesman, 41 Albert Street 

Dunbar, John H., railway clerk, " Cliftonville," Hanick Terrace 

Duncan, Alexander, 101 Queen Street 

Duncan, Alexander G., 20 North Street 

Duncan, Allan, 61 Queen Street 

Duncan, Annie, 36 Brechin Road, Zoar 

Duncan, Charles H., ploughman, 21 Glamis Road 

Duncan, David, engine driver, 18 John Street 

Duncan, Eliza K., confectioner, " Cora Linn," Lochside Road 

Duncan, Ernest, surfaceman, 58 Dundee Loan 

Duncan, Euphemia Ann, 7 Bell Place 

Duncan, James, tenter, 2 Bell Place 

Duncan, James, police sergeant, 55 Lilybank Crescent 

Duncan, James, gas stoker, 24 King's Road 

Duncan, John, engine driver, 19 John Street 

Duncan, John L., engineer, 15 Manor Street 

Duncan, Margaret, 1 John Street 

Duncan, Mary Ann, 32 Lour Road 

Duncan, Mrs Agnes, 37 North Street 

Duncan, Mrs Agnes, 45 Lilybank Crescent 

Duncan, Mrs Annie, 57 Queen Street 

Duncan, Mrs Isabella, 104 Dundee Loan 

Duncan, Mrs Mary, 29 Roberts Street 

Duncan, Mrs Margaret C, " Gushetneuk," Roberts Street 

Duncan, Robert, labourer, 73 Queen Street 

Duncan, Walter, 29 St. James' Road 

Duncan, William, lamplighter, 24 North Street 

Duncan, William, factory worker, 95 Graham Crescent 

Duncan, William, engine fitter, 16 Montrose Road 

Duncan, William, joiner, 48 Graham Crescent 

Dundas, Mrs Margaret, 31 Glamis Road 

Dunn, Margaret, nurse, 107 Lilybank Crescent 

Dunn, Misses, 88 Dundee Loan 

Duplexcito, Antonio, 4 Wellbraehead 

Duthie, David, factory worker, 59 West High Street 

Duthie, Joan, 5 Charles Street 

Duthie, John, 24 South Street 

Duthie, John, lorry driver, 38 Easterbank 

Duthie, Mrs Isabella, charwoman, 8 Green Street 

Duthie, Mrs Isabella, 5 Charles Street 

Duthie, Ralph, painter, 5 Charles Street 

Duthie, William, 186 East High Street 

Drewitt, Mrs Isabella, 15 Charles Street 

Eadie, John, education officer, "Broomfield," Lour Road 

Easson, Mrs Helen G., " Alva House," East High Street 





'hone No. 77. 



ALEX. DALGETY & SON, 

Specialists in Highland Dress for over 40 years, 

57 EAST HIGH STREET, FORFAR. 




C. & D. 1LAII1KD, 

•xfx BUILDERS, ksk. 

59 SOUTH STREET, 
FORFAR. 

Telephone 5V>. 279 Forfar. 



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Easson, Mrs Marjorie, 7 Cottage Homes, Lilybank Road 
Easton, Charles, mason, 10 Muir Street, Zoar 
Easton, Charles, labourer, 97 West High Street 
Easton, Charles, factory worker, 123b Castle Street 
Easton, George, grocery manager, 28 Yeaman Street 
Easton, Jane M., teacher, " Balgowan," Brechin Road 
Easton, John M., postman, 81 Graham Crescent 
Easton, Mary D., teacher, 40a Castle Street 
Easton, Mrs Betsy, 13 Wellbraehead 
Easton, Mrs Clara, 23 Canmore Street 
Eaton, Benjamin, contractor, Lochside Road 
Eaton, George, 6 Victoria Street 
Ebbri, Luige, 101 East High Street 
Edmonds, George, 25 Wellbraehead 
Edmonds, James, carter, 8 Victoria Street 

Edmonds, Robert McKay, vanman, Hillockhead, East High Street 
Edmunds, Alexander, 6 Victoria Street 
Edward, Elizabeth, 19 Brechin Road 
Edward, Mrs Margaret, 10 Castle Street 
Edward, William, baker, 6 Charles Street 
Edwards, Anna Mildred, 26 North Street 
Edwards, David, railway goods porter, 25 Little Causeway 
Edwards, David, printer, 9 Helen Street 
Edwards, George, 76 Castle Street 
Edwards, John, painter, 18 Easterbank 
Edwards, Mary, 27 Prior Road 
Edwards, Mrs, butcher, 4 Lilybank Crescent 
Edwards, Mrs Elizabeth, "Abbey House," 3 Strang Street 
Edwards, Mrs Mary, 6 Charles Street 
Eggie, Charles, chauffeur, 35 West High Street 
Eggie, Jane G., " Airlie Cottage," South Street 
Eggie, Margaret, dressmaker, 3 Canmore Street 
Eggo, Bannerman, 7 Teuchat Croft 
Elder, Arthur, china merchant, 65 Castle Street 
Elder, Fred., grocer, 3 North Street 

Elder, James, assistant factor, " Jashma," Hanick Terrace 
Elder, Jessie, " Delre House," 1 Carseburn Road 
Elder, Thomas, retired grocer, "Delre House," 1 Carseburn Road 
Ellis, Annie, factory worker, Brechin Road, Zoar 
Ellis, George, 20 Glamis Road 
Ellis, Maggie, 2 Roberts Street North 
Ellis, Mary, 3 Osnaburg Street 
Ellis, Susan, 3 Green Street 
Ellis, William, carter, 3 Charles Street 
^msley, James, 30 South Street 
^Esplin, Elizabeth C, 21 Osnaburg Street 
Esplin, Mrs Ann B., " Mayfield," Wyllie Street 
Esplin, Mrs Isabella, 1 Katherine Street, Zoar 

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Esplin, Mrs Mary Ann, 15 Prior Road 

Esplin, Norman M., joiner, 18 Albert Street 

Esplin, Walter F., hairdresser, 28 Castle Street 

Esslemont, Frederick, watchmaker, 52 St. James' Road 

Esson, James, labourer, 32 Graham Crescent 

Esson, William F. S., licensed grocer, " Benvue," Wyllie Street 

Evans, James, railwayman, 33 Roberts Street 

Evans, Mrs Margaret, 8 Arbroath Road 

Ewart, Mrs Annie P., " Dunearn," Taylor Street 

Fairweather, Caroline, 25 John Street 

Fairweather, James N., gardener, 24 Easterbank 

Fairweather, Maggie, factory worker, 19 John Street 

Fairweather, Mrs Eliza, 4 Arbroath Road 

Fairweather, Mrs G. M., " Viewmount," St. James Road 

Fairweather, Mrs Jane, 4 Roberts Street North 

Fairweather, Mrs Mary A., 3 South view Terrace, Roberts Street 

Fairweather, William, " Parel," Prior Road 

Falconer, Jean, factory worker, 28 North Street 

Falconer, John, blacksmith, 137J East High Street 

Falconer, John A., mechanic, " Braeside," Helen Street 

Falconer, Mrs Elizabeth, 29 St. James' Road 

Falconer, Thomas, 14 Dundee Loan 

Farmer, Mrs Jemima M., 11 Taylor Street 

Farquhar, Florence, 4 Montrose Road 

Farquhar, John, butcher, 2 Carseburn Road 

Farquharson, Adam, newsagent, 106 East High Street 

Farquharson, Alexander, dairy keeper, Teuchat Croft 

Farquharson, James, factory worker, 16 Glamis Road 

Farquharson, James, insurance agent, 23 Montrose Road 

Farquharson, Jeannie M., 6 Newmonthill 

Farquharson, Mrs Margaret, 19 Prior Road 

Farquharson, R. M., joiner, " Rosebank Cottage," St. James' Road 

Farquharson, Walter, "Parkview," Lininghills Lane 

Farrar, Mrs Alice L., "Thornhill," 56 Glamis Road 

Fearn, Margaret Ann, 27 Newmonthill 

Fearn, Mrs Helen, 21 Dundee Loan 

Fell, John, lorry driver, 91 Lilybank Crescent 

Fell, Mrs Annie, 1 1 Manor Street 

Fenton, Helen F., " Violet Cottage," Yeaman Street 

Fenton, James, carter, 5 North Street 

Fenton, Jane, 10 Glamis Road 

Fenton, Robert, retired, " Muirhead Cottage," Katherine St., Zoar 

Ferguson, Albert, sawmiller, 21 Easterbank 

Ferguson, Albert, 96 West High Street 

Ferguson, Alex., factory worker, 30 Glamis Road 

Ferguson, Anson, mechanic, 41 Easterbank 

Ferguson, Charles, labourer, 39 West High Street 

Ferguson, David, mason, 32 Glamis Road 



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Ferguson, Duncan, piano tuner, 29 Albert Street 

Ferguson, Elizabeth Jane, milliner, 38 Queen Street 

Ferguson, Fred. W., spirit merchant, 20 Little Causeway 

Ferguson, James D., cloth inspector, 13 Arbroath Road 

Ferguson, Jessie, 23 Brechin Road 

Ferguson, John, tenter, 51 J West High Street 

Ferguson, Mrs Jessie, grocer, 54 Dundee Loan 

Ferguson, Mrs Margaret Whitson, " Allanbank," St. James' Road 

Ferguson, Mrs Mary, 25 St. James' Road 

Ferguson, Wm., factory overseer, " Braeriach," Rosebank Road 

Ferguson, Mrs W., 14 Little Causeway 

Ferrar, Mrs Betsy, 18 North Street 

Ferrier, Albert, factory overseer, 8 Glamis Road 

Ferrier, David, 9 Albert Street 

Ferrier, Fred, factory worker, 8 Glamis Road 

Ferrier, Harry, spirit merchant, 26J West High Street 

Ferrier, Mrs Bella, 167 East High Street 

Ferrier, Mrs Jane, 8 Glamis Road 

Ferrier, Mrs Margaret, 16 Graham Crescent 

Findlay, Agnes Keay, " Carn Mohr," Roberts Street 

Findlay, Charles, " Lourton," Lour Road 

Findlay, Charles W., sheep dealer, " Ferryton Cottage," Lour Rd. 

Findlay, George, " St. Mary's," St. James' Road 

Findlay, Helen, 42 Lour Road 

Findlay, Mrs Georgina, 5 Watt Street 

Findlay, Mrs Isabella, 50 Yeaman Street 

Findlay, Jessie, 18 Prior Road 

Findlay, Jessie, South Street 

Findlay, Mrs Mary Deuchar, " Sluievannachie," Taylor Street 

Findlay, Richard L., builder, " Burlea," 23 Wyllie Street 

Findlay, Stewart, Hillockhead, East High Street 

Findlay, Stewart, 6 Manor Street 

Finlayson, David A., dentist, 54 Castle Street 

Fitzpatrick, Mrs Janet, Hanick Terrace 

Fleming, Alexander M., 114 Dundee Road 

Fleming, George, motor lorry driver, 11 Albert Street 

Fleming, James, motor lorry driver, 105 Graham Crescent 

Fleming, John, police constable, 23 Castle Street 

Fleming, John F., solicitor, " Cherrybank," Lour Road 

Fleming, Mrs Jane, 17 Newmonthill 

Fleming, William, restaurateur, 72 North Street 

Fleming, William, grocer, 7 Montrose Road 

Fleming William, 24 Nursery Street 

Fletcher, John, plumber, 46 Lilybank Crescent 

Forbes, Alexander, gardener, 49 Nursery Street 

Forbes, Alexander, Court House Buildings 

Forbes, Mrs Elizabeth, 21 Dundee Loan 

Forbes, Mrs Maggie, 15 Dundee Loan 



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Forbes, Mrs Mary, 67 Queen Street 

Forbes, Mrs Minnie, 26 Nursery Street 

Forbes, William, motor driver, 22 Yeaman Street 

Forbes, William Scott, retired tailor, 13 Manor Street 

Ford, James, 10 Archie's Park 

Ford, Louise, nurse, " Siverly Cottage," Montrose Road 

Forrest Williamina, factory worker, 186 East High Street 

Forrester, John F., 3 Albert Street 

Forster, Claude, prof, musician, "Thorpedene," Robertson Ter. 

Forsyth, Alexander B., Annfield Lane, Manor Street 

Forsyth, James, factory worker, 64 Graham Crescent 

Forsyth, Joseph, postman, 25 Manor Street 

Forsyth, Mrs, factory worker, 69 Glamis Road 

Forsyth, Robert, 36 Canmore Street 

Forsyth, William, 10 Glamis Road 

Forsyth, William, gardener, 2 Easterbank 

Forturo, Louis, confectioner, 53 Castle Street 

Fotheringham, Charles, labourer, 14 Graham Crescent 

Fowler, Hugh, railway worker, 14 Muir Street, Zoar 

Fowlie, Mary S., teacher, 48 Castle Street 

Fraser, Alexander, ploughman, 8 William Street 

Fraser, Alexander, mill worker, 50 Yeaman Street 

Fraser, Annie O., " Elmbank," Taylor Street 

Fraser, Charles, motor engineer, 11 Dundee Loan 

Fraser, Donald, asst. Prudential supt., 74 Lilybank Crescent 

Fraser, Farquhar, hotelkeeper, County Hotel, Castle Street 

Fraser, James S., labourer, 20 Easterbank 

Fraser, John P., motor engineer, 72 West High Street 

Fraser, Mrs Isabella, 23 Newmonthill 

Fraser, Mrs Jane, 13 Lilybank Crescent 

Fraser, Mrs Margaret, 45 Victoria Street 

Fraser, William, 8 Arbroath Road 

Fraser, William, 52c Dundee Road 

Freeman, James, labourer, 1 Victoria Street 

Freeman, Mrs Martha Slater, " Braeside," Hillside Road 

Fullerton, David, mill worker, 11 Arbroath Road 

Fullerton, Mrs Jane Hill, 26 South Street 

Fullerton, Mrs Margaret, 51 J West High Street 

Fullerton, Marjory, 43 Dundee Loan 

Fullerton, Robert, railway fireman, 40 Prior Road 

Fyfe, Agnes, " Myrtle Cottage," St. James' Road 

Fyfe, Alexander, railway carter, 54 Brechin Road, Zoar 

Fyfe, Alexander, auctioneer, 15 Roberts Street 

Fyfe, David, drover, 2 St. James' Terrace 

Fyfe, Ernest, grocer, 27 East High Street 

Fyfe, Frank, slaughterman, 2 Carseburn Road 

Fyfe, George, painter, 44 Prior Road 

Fyfe, Hagar, cinema manageress, 8 Queen Street 



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Fyfe, Hector, painter, 1 Headingstone Place 

Fyfe, James, painter, 42 Glamis Road 

Fyfe, Jane Ann, " Airylea," Brechin Road 

Fyfe, John, 5 St. James' Terrace 

Fyfe, Mrs Agnes, factory worker, 31 St. James' Road 

Fyfe, Mrs Margaret, 29 St. James' Road 

Fyfe, Mrs Mary, 12 John Street 

Fyfe, Mrs Williamina, South Street 

Fyfe, Norman L., clerk, 15 Green Street 

Fyfe, Thomas, bus driver, 20 Dundee Road 

Fyfe, William, engineer, " Wilmar," 63 Roberts Street 

Fyfe, William C, butcher, " Lansdowne," Robertson Terrace 

Fyfe, William N., joiner, 71 Lilybank Crescent 

Galloway, James, governor, Lordburn House ; Arbroath Road 

Galloway, Mrs Mary, 7 Peffers Place 

Gamley, William, mason, 9 Watt Street 

Garden, Alexander, 88 West High Street 

Gardiner, Andrew, 43 Dundee Road 

Garrow, Mrs Betsy, Hanick Terrace 

Garside, William R., 10 Watt Street 

Gauld, Edward, 17 Watt Street 

Gavin, Douglas, turner, 1 William Street 

Gavin, William, engineer. 19 Queen Street 

Gentle, Mrs Helen, 41 Queen Street 

Gerrard, Alexander, factory worker, 3 William Street 

Gerrard, John, factory worker, 49 West High Street 

Gerrard, John, 80 Dundee Loan 

Gerrard, Mrs Helen, 61 Dundee Loan 

Gerrard, Mrs Henrietta, 39 South Street 

Gerrard, William, surfaceman, 2 Bell Place 

Gerrard, William, factory worker, 3 William Street 

Gibb, Dick, factory worker, 67 West High Street 

Gibb, Harry, clerk, 40 South Street 

Gibb, James, labourer, 10 Windyedge Terrace 

Gibb, Thomas, factory worker, 67 West High Street 

Gibb, Thomas R., factory worker, 29 Nursery Street 

Gibson, Alexander F., motor driver, 12 South Street 

Gibson, Andrew, blacksmith, 79 Graham Crescent 

Gibson, Charles, factory worker, 22 Little Causeway 

Gibson, David, plumber, Muir Place, Zoar 

Gibson, Francis, carter, 7 Roberts Street North 

Gibson, George, 163a East High Street 

Gibson, James, railwayman, 66 Lilybank Crescent 

Gibson, Jean, 37 Dundee Road 

Gibson, Jessie, 21 Wellbraehead 

Gibson, Margaret, 172a East High Street 

Gibson, Mrs Jane, 48 Dundee Road 

Gibson, Mrs Margaret, 56 West High Street 



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Gibson, Mrs Mary, 4 Market Street 

Gibson, Mrs Mary, 5 Newmonthill 

Gibson, Robert, 85 North Street 

Gibson, Skene B., contractor, 8 Don Street 

Gibson, William G., " Craig Owl," Robertson Terrace 

Gibson, James, gardener, "Mid Langlands," Old Halkerton Rd. 

Gill, James, linesman, 67 North Street 

Giovannette, Mrs R., 127 Castle Street 

Glen, Alexander, factory worker, 4 Dundee Road 

Glen, David M., motor salesman, 1 Morley Place, Gordon Street 

Glen, Misses, 2 Western Sunnyside 

Glen, Mrs Annie, Well Road 

Glen, Mrs Mary, 19 North Street 

Glen, Robert, lodge keeper, 1 Roberts Street, North 

Glenday, Violet, 85 Queen Street 

Glenday, Mrs Agnes, 23 Glamis Road 

Glennie, Alexander E., cashier, 109 Lilybank Crescent 

Glennie, Henry, railwayman, 23 Queen Street 

Gold, George, joiner, 26 Lilybank Crescent 

Gold, John, carter, 28 Easterbank 

Gordon, Alexander, ironmonger, 65 Queen Street 

Gordon, Alexander H., 54 St. James' Road 

Gordon, Frank, vanman, 53 North Street 

Gordon, George, joiner, 9 Wyllie Street 

Gordon, George, joiner, 18 Brechin Road 

Gordon, Henry, railway worker, 48 South Street 

Gordon, Herbert, joiner, 99b East High Street 

Gordon, Jean, teacher, 63 Glamis Road 

Gordon, John, lorryman, 24 Nursery Street 

Gordon, John S., solicitor, "Langlands," Glamis Road 

Gordon, Misses, " Rosewell Cottage," St. James' Road 

Gordon, Mrs Jane " Craigendarroch," Taylor Street 

Gourdie, John K., assur. manager, "Briar Cottage," 17 Wyllie St. 

Gourlay, Andrew, commission agent, 64 East High Street 

Gourlay, David, 11 Newmonthill 

Gourlay, Mrs Isabella, 23 Wellbraehead 

Gourlay, Mrs Margaret, 65 We it High Street 

Gourlay, Ralph, mill worker, 1 St. James' Road 

Gourlay, Robert, factory worker, 13 New Road 

Gourlay, William, 59 Glamis Road 

Gove, Frank, hotelkeeper, Station Hotel, 98 North Street 

Gow, Mrs Helen, 119 Lilybank Crescent 

Gowans, Mrs Mary, 150 J East High Street 

Gracie, Martha C, 39 John Street 

Graham, Andrew, architect, 28 Castle Street 

Graham, Andrew, railway servant, 47 Graham Crescent 

Graham, David Morgan, auctioneer, 57 Glamis Road 

Graham, James N., auctioneer, " Ravenswood," New Road 



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Graham, John C, labourer, 23 Roberts Street 

Grant, Alexander, labourer, 12 Graham Crescent 

Grant, Charles, motor driver, 68 Easterbank 

Grant, Elizabeth 36 Manor Street 

Grant, James, joiner, 91 Queen Street 

Grant, James, factory worker, 12 Lour Road 

Grant, James, 15 Glamis Road 

Grant, May, 7 North Streat 

Grant, Mrs Elizabeth, " Baron Hill," Glamis Road 

Grant, Mrs Mary, 86 West High Street 

Grant, William, jun., motor engineer, 43 Roberts Street 

Gray, Alexander, railway inspector, 17 Roberts Street 

Gray, Annie, 118 Dundee Loan 

Gray, Charles, mason, 42 Yeaman Street 

Gray, Charles, 65 West High Street 

Gray, Douglas A., railway guard, 68 Lilybank Crescent 

Gray, George, 1 William Street 

Gray, John S., boot repairer, 52 Lilybank Crescent 

Gray, Mary, factory worker, 31 John Street 

Gray, Peter J., shoemaker, 112 Dundee Loan 

Gray, Peter Lowson, factory worker, 5 Wellbraehead 

Gray, Peter L., mill worker, 18 Graham Crescent 

Gray, William, factory worker, 11 Canmore Street 

Green, Mrs Margaret, 5 Newmonthill 

Greenhill, Charles, gas worker, 6 King's Road 

Greenhill, John D., butcher, " Prior Cottage," Prior Lane 

Greenhill, Joseph D., dairyman, 27 Glamis Road 

Greig, John, mill worker, 50 Dundee Road 

Greig, Mrs Ann, 18 South Street 

Grewar, Andrew, factory worker, 106a Castle Street 

Grewar, James, factory worker, 169 East High Street 

Grewar, John, 28 Market Street 

Grewar, Mary, 10 Arbroath Road 

Grewar, Robert, Easterbank, South Street 

Grewar, William, railway porter, 6 Arbroath Road 

Grossi, Nassenzo, 97 West High Street 

Grubb, Charles, bus driver, 34 Yeaman Street 

Guild, Angelina, 26 Nursery Street 

Guild, David, barman, 2 St. James' Terrace 

Guild, David, 12 St. James' Road 

Guild, Jessie, 1 Green Street 

Guild, John, engineer, " Westby House," 66 West High Street 

Guild, John K., salesman, 20 Victoria Street 

Guild, Misses, " Broadcroft Cottage," Broadcroft (west) 

Guild, Norman C, teacher of music, 100 East High Street 

Gunther, Alister, 132 East High Street 

Guthrie, Mrs Jessie, 54 Glamis Road 

Guthrie, Thomas, retired blacksmith, " Castlehill," Queen St. 



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Guthrie, William, blacksmith, 9 Little Causeway 

Guthrie, William, foreman winder, 7 John Street 

Guthrie, William R., grocer, 9 Canmore Street 

Hackney, George, 52 Dundee Road 

Hackney, James, clerk, 56 St. James' Road 

Halkerston, Alexander M., printer, 58 Lilybarik Crescent 

Hampton, James, postman, 33 Easterbank 

Hampton, John, hairdresser, Lochside Road 

Hampton, Robert, tenter, 5 John Street 

Hampton, William, factory worker, 22 Montrose Road 

Hanick, Jane, 92 East High Street 

Hardie, Annie, 18 Dundee Loan 

Hardie, Gilbert, 4 Dundee Road 

Hardie, Mrs Maggie, Prior Road 

Hardie, Mary R., 8 Dundee Road 

Hardie, William, carter, 26 North Street 

Hardie, William, factory worker, 61 Dundee Loan 

Hardie, William, mill worker, 32 King's Road 

Harkness, James W., coal agent, 50 Market Street 

Harman, James H., assurance manager, 99 Queen Street 

Harris, Arthur, gas worker, 9 Peffers Place 

Harris, Charles, 120 Dundee Road 

Harris, George, saddler, 9 Glamis Road 

Harris, James, blacksmith, 3 Strathmore Villas, Dundee Road 

Harris, Mrs Marjory, 75 Glamis Road 

Harris, William, saddler, 56 Dundee Road 

Harris, William, 9 Glamis Road 

Harris, William, jun., saddler, 108 West High Street 

Harrison, Mrs Annie, 8a North Street 

Harrison, William, carter, 8 Yeaman Street 

Hart, Janet B., "Beaumont," Hanick Terrace 

Harvey, Mary, factory worker, 15 Watt Street 

Harvey, William, 11 Watt Street 

Hastings, David, engineer, 10 Yeaman Street 

Hastings, William, factory worker, 44 East High Street 

Haughs, Betsy, 17 Little Causeway 

Haxton, David, clothier, 75 East High Street 

Hay, Andrew, 5 Manor Street 

Hay, Andrew, 30 South Street 

Hay, James, labourer, 6 Graham Crescent 

Hay, John, railway surfaceman, 5 Montrose Road 

Hay, Mary, 3 Muir Road 

Hay, Mrs Helen, 11 Windyedge Terrace 

Hay, William N., solicitor, " Ardloch," Robertson Terrace 

Hebenton, James, baker, 34 Easterbank 

Hebenton, James, 11 Little Causeway 

Hebenton, Mrs Maria, 22 North Street 

Hebenton, William, railway porter, 64 Dundee Loan 



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Helm, Rev. Thomas, St. James' Manse, Lour Road 

Henderson, Alexander, factory worker, 5 Eastern Sunnyside 

Henderson, Charles, labourer, 55 West High Street 

Henderson, David, 38 Graham Crescent 

Henderson, George, mason, 17 Queen Street 

Henderson, George, Victoria Works, Don Street 

Henderson, George, baker, 54 Brechin Road, Zoar 

Henderson, James, painter, 68 Castle Street 

Henderson, James, church officer, Albion Place, East High Street 

Henderson, James B., 26 Canmore Street 

Henderson, Leonard M., mechanic, 33 St. James' Road 

Henderson, Mrs Ann, 46 St. James' Road 

Henderson, Mrs Ann. " Stag Hotel," Castle Street 

Henderson, Mrs Charlotte, 29 New Road 

Henderson, Mrs Mary Ann, South Street 

Henderson, Robert, factory worker, 96 Dundee Loan 

Henderson, Thomas, stoker, 57 Easterbank 

Henderson, Thomas, spirit merchant, 25 Osnaburg Street 

Henderson, Thomas, gardener, 21 Montrose Road 

Henderson, William, factory worker, 26J West High Street 

Henderson, William, 27 Dundee Loan 

Hendry, George, 166 East High Street 

Hendry, James, 42 Brechin Road, Zoar 

Hendry, James, factory worker, 11 Peffers Place 

Hendry, John, 5 Osnaburg Street 

Hendry, Mary, 130 Dundee Loan 

Hendry, Mrs Betsy, 65 West High Street 

Hendry, William, carter, 133 East High Street 

Hendry, William, factory worker, 24 Canmore Street 

Henry, William, police sergeant, 51 Lilybank Crescent 

Herald, Mary, 10 Lour Road 

Herald, Mrs Annie, 4 Charles Street 

Herd, Stanley, postman, 38 Lilybank Crescent 

Herd, William, ploughman, 4 King's Road 

Heron, Alex. D., labourer, 71 Queen Street 

High, Jessie, 13 Charles Street 

High, Messrs, 23 Little Causeway 

High, Mrs Jane, 4 John Street 

Hill, Andrew, factory worker, 15 Newmonthill 

Hill, Betsy, 13 Newmonthill 

Hill, David, hammerman, 91 East High Street 

Hill, David, tenter, 21 John Street 

Hill, Davidson Young, factory worker, 5 Glamis Road 

Hill, Ernest, labourer, 20 Easterbank 

Hill, George, 7 New Road 

Hill, Helen, 18 Dundee Loan 

Hill, Isabella, 178 J East High Street 

Hill, James, factory worker, 26 Green Street 



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Hill, Mrs Elizabeth, Kirkton, Academy Street 

Hill, James, lapper, 10 Arbroath Road 

Hill, James S., confectioner, 77 West High Street 

Hill, John Gray, cycle agent, 7 Eastern Sunnyside 

Hill, Lionel E., manufacturer, " Overdale," Hillside Road 

Hill, Martin C, slater, Kirkton, Academy Street 

Hill, Misses, " Hillside Cottage," Hillside Road 

Hill, Mrs Helen, Kirkton, Academy Street 

Hill, Mrs Margaret, 39 Victoria Street 

Hogg, Eliza, 172a East High Street 

Hogg, Jane, 6 North Street 

Hogg, John O., scales mechanic, Roberts Street 

Hogg, Mrs Mary, " Quarrybank," Dundee Road 

Hopkinson, Mrs Jeannie, " Ordie Cottage," St. James' Road 

Horsburgh, William, 30 Green Street 

Horsburgh, William, 10 Nursery Street 

Hosie, David, barman, 15 Green Street 

Hosie, George, 186 East High Street 

Hosie, James, electrician, "Ramadi," Hanick Terrace 

Hosie, Mrs Mary, 1 1 John Street 

Hourie, William L., bank agent, 7 West High Street 

Hovell, William, currier, 24 Wellbraehead 

Hovell, William, clerk, " Belton," Dundee Road 

Howie, Jessie, confectioner, 74 East High Street 

Howie, John, "Eclina," 9 Taylor Street 

Howie, Robert, shepherd, 13 Muir Street, Zoar 

Hoy, Alexander, 3 Wellbraehead 

Hoy, Edward, 17 Albert Street 

Hoy, James, steelyardman, 35 South Street 

Hoy, William, labourer, 6 Peffers Place 

Hudghton, David, butcher, 8 Albert Street 

Hudghton, Frederick, grocer <t spirit merchant, 17 Glamis Road 

Hudghton, James, railway worker, 21 Roberts Street North 

Hudghton, Mrs Margaret, 12 Glamis Road 

Hunter, Andrew, 52 Brechin Road, Zoar 

Hunter, David, insur. inspector, " St. Ann's," Robertson Terrace 

Hunter, Fergus, baker, 11 South Street 

Hunter, Jane Anne, "Kingston Cottage," St. James' Road 

Hunter, Mrs Ellen, 3 William Street 

Hunter, Mrs Helen, factory worker, 3 William Street 

Hunter, Mrs Jane, " St. Margaret's," Robertson Terrace 

Hunter, Mrs Margaret, 28 Prior Road 

Hunter, William L., bank clerk, 17 East High Street 

Hutcheon, James E., labourer, 50 Easterbank 

Ianneralli, Sandy, ice cream dealer, 109|- East High Street 

Inglis, Annie, 33 Prior Road 

Inglis, Thomas M., m.k.c.v.s., " Ingleside," East High Street 

Ingram, John, coal agent, " Easterbank," South Street 



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Inverarity, William S., 3 Prior Road 

Ireland, Allan, 24 Montrose Road 

Ireland, Annie, 9 Watt Street 

Ireland, Mrs, 46 Brechin Road, Zoar 

Ireland, Mrs Ann, 32 Yeaman Street 

Irons, Charles, 116-| Dundee Loan 

Irons, David, ironmonger, " Lochbank," Glamis Road 

Irons, John, firewood merchant, " Scotston Cottage," Dundee Rd. 

Irons, William, factory worker, 86 Dundee Loan 

Irons, William D., ironmonger, " The Croft," Brechin Road 

Irons, William Y., ironmonger, " Castlehill," Canmore Street 

Ironside, Jessie, 20 North Street 

Irvine, Robert Hood, postman, 1 Newmonthill 

Irvine, Samuel R., seedsman, "Annfield House," Manor Street 

Isbister, Richard, gas stoker, 3 Newmonthill 

Isles, Hugh T., managing director, Manor Park, Manor Street 

Jack, David N., factory worker, 9 Cross 

Jack, Jane, 17 Market Place 

Jack, Mrs Betsy, 4 Dundee Road 

Jack, Norman, mechanic, 4 Dundee Road 

Jack, Peter, residenter, 15 Dundee Loan 

Jack, Robert D., press agent, 40 Lilybank Crescent 

Jack, William, manager, 48 Lour Road 

Jamie, Mrs Mary, 11 Couttie's Wynd 

Jamieson, James, vanman, 1 Roberts Street North 

Jamieson, James, factory worker, 4 Wyllie Street 

Jamieson, Misses, 8 Rosebank Road 

Jamieson, Mrs Margaret, " Abbey House," 3 Strang Street 

Jamieson, Sarah, factory worker, 39 North Street 

Jamieson, William, gas worker, 64 Easterbank 

Jamieson, William A., draper, &c, 150| East High Street 

Jarvis, Charles, draper, 54 Castle Street 

Jarvis, Mrs Edith, 3 William Street 

Jarvis, William, draper, Castlehill 

Jarvis, William S., draper, " Benartie," Lour Road 

Johnston, Alexander, " Craigrowan," Hillside Road 

Johnston, David, joiner, 17 Watt Street 

Johnston, David, 6 Nursery Street 

Johnston, David M., police constable, Reid Park Road 

Johnston, Flora, factory worker, 66 Dundee Loan 

Johnston, Margaret, 44 Prior Road 

Johnston, Mary, 8 Glamis Road 

Johnston, Mrs Annie M., " Annbank," Academy Street 

Johnston, Mrs Betsy, 7 Albert Street 

Johnston, Mrs Margaret W., 16 Muir Street, Zoar 

Johnston, Robert, factory worker, 176 East High Street 

Johnston, Thomas, baker, 132 East High Street 

Johnston, William, railway porter, 4 Archie's Park 



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Johnstone, Charles, factory worker, 106 Dundee Loan 

Johnstone, Charles, railway worker, 10 Easterbank 

Johnstone, Harry McC, c.a., Montrose Road 

Johnstone, John, factory worker, 30 South Street 

Johnstone, Mary Ann, nurse, 39 Queen Street 

Johnstone, Mrs Mary L., " Brydonbank," Arbroath Road 

Jolly, Ann M., clerkess, 12 Lilybank Crescent 

Jolly, John, chemist, 34 South Street 

Jolly, Mrs Maggie, 90 Lilybank Crescent 

Jones, Charles H., "Naranco," 76 Lour Road 

Jones, William, 97 West High Street 

Keay, David, mechanic, 9 Archie's Park 

Keay, Lavina, 7 Montrose Road 

Keillor, Ernest, factory worker, 29 Queen Street 

Keillor; Fred, 13 Charles Street 

Keillor, Mrs Margaret G., 28 Queen Street 

Keith, Anson, factory worker, 13 St. James' Terrace 

Keith, Charles, factory worker, 18 Muir Street, Zoar 

Keith, John, motor lorry driver, 50 South Street 

Keith, Mrs Mary, 3 Green Street 

Keith, Mrs Mary, 4 Dundee Road 

Keith, Robert, factory worker, 16 Wellbraehead 

Keith, Robert, factory worker, 143 East High Street 

Kelly, Joseph, 6 Victoria Street 

Kennedy, Agnes, 37 North Street 

Kennedy, Charles, merchant, 2 Muirbank, Brechin Road 

Kennedy, David, potato dresser, 91 Graham Crescent 

Kennedy, John, 29 North Street 

Kennedy, Mrs Elizabeth, " Grantully," Taylor Street 

Kennedy, Mrs Mary, 18 South Street 

Kennedy, Mrs Olive, 77 West High Street 

Kenny, George, 40 Prior Road 

Kenny, John, 4 Headingstone Place 

Kenny, John, grocer, 18 North Street 

Kermack, Mrs Charlotte. 186 East High Street 

Kerr, Agnes, dressmaker, 4 Market Place 

Kerr, Dr Andrew, " Eastbourne House," Little Causeway 

Kerr, Ethel B., teacher, 22 West High Street 

Kerr, Isabella, 33 John Street 

Kerr, Isabella, 15 Albert Street 

Kerr, Jessie, 33 John Street 

Kerr, John, railway servant, 13 Watt Street 

Kerr, John, postman, 129 Castle Street 

Kerr, Mrs Isabella, 26-|- West High Street 

Kerr, Mrs Margaret, 89 West High Street 

Kerr, Mrs Mary, 40 Queen Street 

Kerr, William, mason, 128 Dundee Loan 

Kerr, William B., residenter, 46 Prior Road 



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Kettles, David, factory overseer, 71 Glamis Road 

Kettles, Harry, lamplighter, 2 King's Road 

Kettles, James, farmer, " Hillside," Hillside Road 

Kettles, John, carter, 16 Market Place 

Key, Mrs Elizabeth, 6 Jamieson Street 

Kidd, Alexander, 5 Market Place 

Kidd, Annie, 18 Market Place 

Kidd, David Knight, shoemaker, 19 Manor Street 

Kidd, Florence, 61 West High Street 

Kidd, James, motor mechanic, 11 Roberts Street North 

Kidd, Mary,' 10 Charles 8treet 

Kiddie, George, 61 Glamis Road 

Killacky, John, hotelkeeper, " Queen's Hotel," Cross 

Kinloch, George, railway clerk, 37 Lilybank Crescent 

Kinloch, James T., butcher, " Edenbank Cottage," New Road 

Kinnear, David, motor lorry driver, 66 North Street 

Kinnear, Gordon, mason, 10 Watt Street - 

Kinnear, John, 13 Newmonthill 

Kinnear, Margaret, 7 Charles Street 

Kinnear, Mrs Elizabeth, " Rowanbrae," Rosebank Road 

Kinnear, Mrs Jane, 85 North Street 

Kinnear, Norman, tenter, 19 Roberts Street North 

Kinnear, William, mechanic, 11 Green Street 

Kinnear, Williamina, 25 Roberts Street 

Kirkwood, William, engineer, 11 Victoria Street 

Knight, Ernest, 17 Little Causeway 

Knight, Mrs Agnes, 12 Charles Street 

Knight, William, painter, 9 Archie's Park 

Knox, Mrs Isabella, 103 Graham Crescent 

Kydd, David I., dancing master, 99 Queen Street 

Kydd, John, gardener, 8 Stark's Close, West High Street 

Kydd, Mrs Annie, 44 Market Street 

Kydd, Thomas, factory worker, 46 Graham Crescent 

Kynoch, David, fitter, 53 North Street 

Lackie, James, 8 Charles Street 

Laidlaw, Dr Hilda, "Grampian View," 80 Dundee Road 

Laing, Alexander, photographer, 7 William Street 

Laing, David M., photographer, " Lilybank House," Arbroath Rd. 

Laing, Ian S., stationer, 24 East High Street 

Laing, Mrs Agnes, 19 Lilybank Crescent 

Laing, Thomas, 101 East High Street 

Laird, Allan, carter, 66 Easterbank 

Laird, Anson, 49a Dundee Loan 

Laird, Charles, builder, " Eastview," South Street 

Laird, David, 126 Dundee Loan 

Laird, David, 2 Albert Street 

Laird, David, mason, 38 Yeaman Street 

Laird, Edward R., mill worker, 26 Montrose Road 



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Laird, Frank, 46 Brechin Road, Zoar 

Laird, George Durward, builder, " Lindbrae," South Street 

Laird, James, labourer, 8 Nursery Street 

Laird, James W., 13 Robertson Terrace 

Laird, Mrs Agnes, 20 Nursery Street 

Laird, Mrs Elsie, 129£ East High Street 

Laird, Mrs Kate, " Wardbank," Carseburn Road 

Laird, Mrs Mary, charwoman, 11 Victoria Street 

Laird, Norah, factory worker, 15 Albert Street 

Laird, Richard, carter, 70 Graham Crescent 

Laird, William, 79 West High Street 

Lakie, Andrew, potato dresser, 49 Dundee Loan 

Lakie, Mrs Susan, 17 Glamis Road 

Lakie, Thomas I., joiner, 2 New Road 

Lakie, William, labourer, 83 Glamis Road 

Lamb, David, 160J East High Street 

Lamb, Mrs Annie G., 8 Peffers Place 

Lamb, Mrs Margaret, 40 Prior Road 

Lamond, Alexander, 45a North Street 

Lamond, David C., cattle dealer, " Elswick," Robertson Terrace 

Lamond, James, baker, 76 Gladstone Terrace, Dundee Loan 

Lamond, James, fireman, 22 Yeaman Street 

Lamond John W., "Orchard Cottage," 25 South Street 

Lamond, Mary Ann, 39 Queen Street 

Lamond, Mrs Ann, " Strath view," Wyllie Street 

Lamond, Robert, plumber, 2 Wellbraehead 

Lamond, William, cattle dealer, 21 South Street 

Lamond, William, plumber, 32 Manor Street 

Lamond, William, jun., agent, "Victoria Cottage," Queen Street 

Lamont, Mrs Mary Ann, 21 Green Street 

Langlands, Alexander G., plumber, "Ardgowan," 65 Glamis Road 

Langlands, Mrs G., 47 Dundee Road 

Langlands, Joan F., 11-|- Queen Street 

Langlands, Misses, Glamis Road 

Langlands, Mrs Christina, 37 John Street 

Langlands, Mrs Jane, 37 Queen Street 

Langlands, Mrs Margaret, " Muirfield," Brechin Road 

Langlands, Nicol H., clerk, 4 Southview Terrace, Roberts Street 

Langlands, William C, factory worker, 24 Prior Road 

Large, Mrs Amelia, nurse, 26 Dundee Loan 

Law, William, labourer, 20 Manor Street 

Lawrence, Mrs Ann, " Hazeldene," Academy Street 

Lawson, Alfred., 34 Dundee Loan 

Lawson, Elizabeth C, 17 Muir Street, Zoar 

Lawson, Mrs Elizabeth, " Myrtle Cottage," Wyllie Street 

Lawson, William, baker, 28 Canmore Street 

Lee, Edward, mechanic, 8 North Street 

Lee, Edward H., Cemetery Lodge, Newmonthill 



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Lee, James Arthur, " Acadia," Robertson Terrace 

Lee, Mrs Betsy, 12 Charles Street 

Leighton, James, tanner, 19 Montrose Road 

Leighton, James, 108 Castle Street 

Leighton, James, jun., factory worker, 18 Montrose Road 

Leighton, Jessie A., " Lilac Cottage," Yeaman Street 

Leighton, Mrs Agnes, 4 West High Street 

Leighton, Mrs Betsy, 16 Arbroath Road 

Leighton, Mrs Mary Ann, 28-J- South Street 

Leighton, Stewart, sawmiller, 18 Don Street 

Leiper, Joseph, 47 South Street 

Leitch, Robert B., 7 Market Place 

Leith, Hector, lorry driver, 7 New Road 

Lennon, George and John, 7 Montrose Road 

Lennon, Patrick, fireman, 117 Lilybank Crescent 

Lennon, Stewart, mill worker, 39 South Street 

Leonard, Mrs Jessie, " Castlehill," 7 Queen Street 

Leslie, David, railway fireman, 75 Lilybank Crescent 

Leslie, Mrs Annie, 18 Glamis Road 

Liddle, David, builder, 67 Queen Street 

Liddle, David, 31 Glamis Road 

Liddle, Frank, baker, 62 North Street 

Liddle, James, masou, 21 Lilybank Crescent 

Liddle, James, cow and pig dealer, 23 Glamis Road 

Liddle, James, jun., 23 Glamis Road 

Liddle, John, lorry driver, 20 Victoria Street 

Liddle, Mrs Jessie, 19 Eastern Sunnyside 

Liddle, Mrs Jessie, 1 Teuchat Croft 

Liddle, William, cattle dealer, 25 Glamis Road 

Liclclle ; William, slater, 52a Dundee Road 

Light, George F., insurance supt., " Cloch-naJ>en," Brechin Rd. 

Lindsay, Alex., blacksmith, 2 Muirbank, Brechin Road 

Lindsay, Andrew, factory worker, 16 Charles Street 

Lindsay, Barbara, 48 Dundee Road 

Lindsay, David A., draper, 18 Arbroath Road 

Lindsay, Gordon, millworker, 42 South Street 

Lindsay, James, factory worker, 9 Eastern Sunnyside 

Lindsay, James, 14 Glamis Road 

Lindsay, James, 13 Muir Street, Zoar 

Lindsay, James Moir, 8 Newmonthill 

Lindsay, Jessie, 40 South Street 

Lindsay, Misses, Hanick Terrace 

Lindsay, Mrs Betsy, 20 Dundee Road 

Lindsay, Mrs Charlotte, 14 Glamis Road 

Lindsay, Mrs Elizabeth, 16 William Street 

Lindsay, Mrs Isabella, " Marden," 27 Wyllie Street 

Lindsay, Mrs Jane, 12 Archie's Park 

Lindsay, Mrs Nellie, 18 Brechin Road 



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Lindsay, Walter, lorry driver, 77 Glamis Road 

Lindsay, William, draper, " Luiblair," Robertson Terrace 

Lindsay, William, 10 Stark's Close, West High Street 

Linton, John, baker, 28 Green Street 

Littlejohn, A., porter, Infirmary Lodge, Arbroath Road 

Littlejohn, James, 101 East High Street 

Liveston, Alexander, factory worker, 33 Nursery Street 

Livie, John M., 36 Glamis Road 

Logan, Mrs Betsy, 10 Dundee Road 

Logan, David, messenger, 20 Wellbraehead 

Logan, George, 78 Dundee Loan 

Logan, John, labourer, 2 Carseburn Road 

Low, Alexander, gardener, 63 West High Street 

Low, Allan, lorry driver, 115 Lilybank Crescent 

Low, Annie, factory worker, 88 West High Street 

Low, David, draper's traveller, 46 Yeaman Street 

Low, George B., postman, 10 Roberts Street North 

Low, James, gardener, 63 West High Street 

Low, James, baker, 26 Manor Street 

Low, James, motor driver, 60 North Street 

Low, James, labourer, 20 Albert Street 

Low, James, 6 Don Street 

Low. Jessie, factory worker, 47 \ West High Street 

Low, John C, 6 Wellbraehead 

Low, John P., brush salesman, 14 King's Road 

Low, Margaret, 15 Albert Street 

Low, Mary Ann, 15 Charles Street 

Low, Mrs Isabella, 58 South Street 

Low, Mrs Jane, dairy keeper, " Gallowshade," Dundee Road 

Low, Mrs Margaret, 35 Dundee Loan 

Low, Thomas, jun., shoemaker, 3 Prior Road 

Low, William, tenter, 59 Castle Street 

Low, William, joiner, 17 Watt Street ' 

Lowden, James, 14 Archie's Park 

Lowden. Janet, residenter, 14 Charles Street 

Lowden, Mrs Jane, 26 Glamis Road 

Lowe, John P., 37 Dxindee Loan 

Lowe, Mrs Maggie, 17 Manor Street 

Lowson, Albert M., Salutation Hotel, East High Street 

Lowson, Alexander, vanman, 19 Roberts Street 

Lowson, Allan, motor engineer, 64 Dundee Road 

Lowson, Andrew, factory worker, 26 Lour Road 

Lowson, Annie E., 17 Muir Street, Zoar 

Lowson, Arthur, 10 Arbroath Road 

Lowson, Charles, factory worker, Chapelpark, Academy Street 

Lowson, Charles, park keeper, The Lodge, Boyle Memorial Park, 

Glamis Road 
Lowson, Charles S., baker, 8 Castle Street 



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Lowson, David, labourer, 5 Bell Place 
Lowson, Elizabeth, 7 Broadcroft (east) 
Lowson, Hugh, factory worker, 7 Newmonthill 
Lowson, James, grocer, 20 Victoria Street 
Lowson, Jessie, 2 Market Street 
Lowson, John W., 52 Prior Road 
Lowson, Mary Ann, 65 Dundee Loan 
Lowson, Misses, " Rose Terrace," Lour Road 
Lowson, Mrs Elizabeth, grocer, 61a North Street 
Lowson, Mrs Jane, factory worker, 27 Strang Street 
Lowson, Mrs Jemima, Chapelpark, Academy Street 
Lowson, Mrs Susan, 48 Brechin Road, Zoar 
Lowson, Ralph, 3 Broadcroft (east) 

Lowson, Thomas C, solicitor, " Oakbank," Rosebank Road 
Lowson, William, " Parklea," St. James' Road 
Lowson, William B., ironfounder, 36 John Street 
Lowson, William E., gardener, 3 Montrose Road 
Lowson, William F., clerk, 67 West High Street 
Luke, Margaret, 37 South Street 
Luke, Mrs Maggie, 13 Newmonthill 
Lundie, Mrs Betsy, 18 John Street 
Lyall, James Low, spirit merchant, 81a Castle Street 
Lyle, John, m.r.c.v.s., " Sunnybank," Arbroath Road 
Lyon, James, painter, 20^ Nursery Street 
Lyon, Samuel, Hillockhead, East High Street 
MacDiarmid, Rev. William H., Lowson Memorial Manse 
Macdonald, David, bus driver, 28 Green Street 
Macdonald, Isabella, 8 Roberts Street North 
Macdonald, Mrs Mary, 19 Albert Street 
Macdonald, Ronald, teacher, 33 Lilybank Crescent 
Macfarlane, Alexander, factory worker, 10 Headingstone Place 
Macfarlane, Malcolm, pharmacist, "Moness," Robertson Terrace 
Macfarlane, Mrs Agnes, 20 Market Place 

MacFarlane, Peter, agricultural agent, " Aven Bank," Taylor St. 
Machan, John, 6 Glamis Road 

"Machan, William, keeper, " Reid Park Lodge," Hillside Road 
Machray, David, house factor, Reid Park Road 
Machray, John, 108 Dundee Loan 
Machray, John, traveller, 28 Green Street 
Machray, Mrs Annie, 42 John Street 
Mackay, James A., cashier, 43 Lilybank Crescent 
Mackenzie, James, police sergeant, 41 Lilybank Crescent 
Mackenzie, Victor T., cashier, 27 Lilybank Crescent 
Mackie, Annie, Dundee Road 
Mackie, James, wood cutter, 35 Nursery Street 
Mackie, James, roadman, 8 Arbroath Road 
Mackie, Oliver M'P., gas fitter, 26 Graham Crescent 
MacKinnon, Jas. A. R., sheriff -substitute, "Thornlea," Hillside Rd. 
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Mackintosh, James, engineer, 68 Castle Street 

Mackintosh, Margaret, 5 Watt Street 

Mackintosh, Mrs Annie, " Farr Lodge," St. James' Road 

Mackintosh, Mrs Catherine D., Ill Lilybank Crescent 

Mackintosh, Mrs Helen, 3 Arbroath Road 

Mackintosh, Sarah, factory worker, 13 Queen Street 

MacNeil, Hugh, fruit merchant, 28 Yeaman Street 

Macpherson, Robert, 58 Queen Street 

Macquarie, Dugald E., head postmaster, " Brae-Knowe," 

15 North Street 
Mair, Mrs Ruth, 19 New Road 

Malcolm, James, residenter, " Kildonan," Robertson Terrace 
Malcolm, Nicoll, baker, " Viewbank," Montrose Road 
Malcolm, Richard, scavenger, 14 Glamis Road 
Malcolm, William, surfaceman, 4 Katherine Street, Zoar 
Malcolm, William E., clerk, 1 Eastern Sunnyside 
Mands, Thomas, joiner, 28 Lour Road 
Mann, Ernest, grocer, 123 Castle Street 
Mann, Fred, teacher, 3 Lilybank Crescent 
Mann, James, 11 Market Place 

Mann, James P., hotelkeeper, Royal Hotel, Castle Street 
Mann, Jessie, 93 West High Street 
Mann, John H., retired clothier, 10 Wellbraehead 
Mann, William M., garage attendant, 20 Easterbank 
Marshall, Helen J., 50 Glamis Road 
Marshall, James, 36 Market Street 
Marshall, Jean, 70 Lilybank Crescent 
Marshall, Mrs Jessie, 68 North Street 

Marshall, Robert S., draper, " Driesh," 53 Brechin Road 
Martin, Alex., 2 Dundee Road 

Martin, Catherine, " Ivy Cottage," Roberts Street 
Martin, Charlotte Roberts, " Hazelwood," Wyllie Street 
Martin, Frank G., grocer, &c, " Carselyn," Taylor Street 
Martin, James, labourer, 11 Graham Crescent 
Martin, James, 12 Glamis Road 
Martin, Peter, farm worker, 9 Teuchat Croft 
Martin, Thomas, hawker, 57 Queen Street 
Mason, Andrew S., grocer, 24 Little Causeway 
Mason, David W., mill worker, 186 East High Street 
Mason, Edwin, labourer, 79 West High Street 
Mason, Lance, mill worker, 4 Nursery Street 
Mason, Mrs Elizabeth, 44 Lour Road 
Mason, Mrs Jemima, 11 Watt Street 
Mason, Skene, baker, 19 South Street 
Mason, William, factory worker, 8 Arbroath Road 
Massie, Alexander, 7 New Road 
Massie, Andrew R., baker, Reid Park Road 
Massie, Annie W., 19 Newmonthill 



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Massie, Charles, Graham Crescent 

Massie, Douglas, mechanic, 6 St. James' Terrace 

Massie, George C. S., 4 Broadcroft (east) 

Massie, Harry, joiner, 67 West High Street 

Massie, Henry, joiner, 10 John Street 

Massie, Mrs Mary, 4 Broadcroft (east) 

Massie, Mrs Robertina, 89 Graham Crescent 

Massie, Norman, tenter, 48 Lilybank Crescent 

Masterton, George, factory worker, 44 Prior Road 

Masterton, William, grocer, 3 St. James' Road 

Masterton, William A., post office clerk, Easterbank 

Mathieson, Mrs Katherine, 4 Arbroath Road 

Matthew, Alexander, factory worker, 44 Prior Road 

Matthew, James, carter, 20 Market Place 

Matthew, Mrs Helen, 28 Canmore Street 

Matthew, Robert, factory worker, 9 Green Street 

Matthew, Thomas, tenter, 39 Queen Street 

Matthewson, Mrs Mary Ann, 68 Castle Street 

Maxwell, Albert, grocer, 58-60 Dundee Road 

Maxwell, Catherine W., 30 South Street 

Maxwell, James, factory worker, 3 Prior Road 

Maxwell, Margaret, 15 Helen Street 

Mealmaker, Robert, factory worker, 45| West High Street 

Meldrum, Alexander, 10 Katherine Street, Zoar 

Meldrum, Catherine, 48 Prior Road 

Meldrum, James, nurseryman, 49 Prior Road 

Meldrum, James, jun., nurseryman, 46 Easterbank 

Meldrum, Mrs Jessie, 42 Yeaman Street 

Melville, James H., secretary, " Balgillo," Lour Road 

Menzies, Colin, stone breaker, 13 Easterbank 

Menzies, John C, baker, 58 North Street 

Menzies, William, tenter, 37 Nursery Street 

Menzies, William R., 6 Helen Street 

Methven, James, labourer, 31 John Street 

Michie, Henry, dairyman, Belmont Dairy, Albert Street 

Michie, James, shoemaker, Dundee Road 

Michie, Jane, factory worker, " Whitefielcl Cottage," South Street 

Michie, Jessie B., 1 Charles Street 

Michie, Mrs Jane, 29 St. James' Road 

Middleton, Andrew, foreman, 19 Green Street 

Middleton, Arthur, engine driver, 1 Strathmore Villas, Dundee Rd. 

Middleton, David, railway guard, 87 Lilybank Crescent 

Middleton, Harry, tobacconist, 101 Lilybank Crescent 

Middleton, Mrs Jane, 1 Archie's Park 

Millar, Alexander, carter, 39 North Street 

Millar, Alexander, 9 Wellbraehead 

Millar, Alex. C, burgh surveyor, " Jansan," Reid Park Road 

Millar, David, clerk, " Caldarvan," Hanick Terrace 



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Millar, David, storeman, 3 Montrose Road 

Millar, Geo., carting contractor, Queen's Well Lane, 123a Castle St. 

Millar, George, tenter, 7 Easterbank 

Millar, Georgina, 9 Teuchat Croft 

Millar, Graham A., mason, 25 Lilybank Crescent 

Millar, Helen Cairncross, Dundee Road 

Millar, James, hallkeeper, Reid Hall Lodge, Castle Street 

Millar, James S., poultry farmer, " Fruit hill." Old Halkerton Rd. 

Millar, Janet, 68 West High Street 

Millar, Jessie, 24 Glamis Road 

Millar, John, carter, 4 Bell Place 

Millar, Lavina, Hillockhead, East High Street 

Millar, Mary, 44 West High Street 

Millar, Mina, 46 Yeaman Street 

Millar, Mrs Isabella, 26 Yeaman Street 

Millar, Mrs Jessie A., 38 Dundee Loan 

Millar, Mrs Mary, 108 West High Street 

Millar, Mrs Mary, 30 Nursery Street 

Millar, Mrs Susan, 59 West High Street 

Millar, Norman L, compositor, " Orrea," 10 Jamieson Street 

Millar, Robert, labourer. 1 Manor Street 

Millar, William, 7 Chapel Street 

Millar, William, storeman, Well Road, North Street 

Millar, William, lorry driver, 9 Graham Crescent 

Millar, William, plasterer, 2 Graham Crescent 

Miller, William S., 69 Queen Street 

Milliken, William H, 9 Lilybank Crescent 

Milne, Agnes, 75 East High Street 

Milne, Agnes, 25 Montrose Road 

Milne, Alexander, ploughman, 20 Dundee Road 

Milne, Alexander, clerk, 24 John Street 

Milne, Alexander, farm servant, 99 Graham Crescent 

Milne, Alexander, sen., labourer, 4 Easterbank 

Milne, A. M'Kenzie, master plumber, " Briar Cottage," Glamis Rd. 

Milne, Alfred, joiner, 16 Easterbank 

Milne, David, baker, 25 Newmonthill 

Milne, David, mill worker, 12 Peffers Place 

Milne, David, " Viewmount," 35 St. James' Road 

Milne, David, " Monega," 10 Wyllie Street 

Milne, David M., " Titaghur," Hanick Terrace 

Milne, David S., slater, 47 Castle Street 

Milne, Elizabeth B., " Weem," Brechin Road 

Milne, Ernest, joiner, 9 Green Street 

Milne, Frederick A., clerk, 60 Yeaman Street 

Milne, George, post office clerk, 62 Lilybank Crescent 

Milne, George, 9 William Street 

Milne, George, 46 Lour Road 

Milne, George, butcher, 80 Easterbank 



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Milne, George, spirit merchant, 150-| East High Street 

Milne, James, " Wellbrae Cottage," Wellbraehead 

Milne, James, railway servant, 3 Market Place 

Milne, James, tractor driver, Kirkton, Academy Street 

Milne, James, farm servant, 19 Easterbank 

Milne, James, cashier, 13 Wyllie Street 

Milne, Joan T., 18 Helen Street 

Milne, John, shoemaker, " Angle Cottage," Brechin Road 

Milne, John, factory worker, 93 Queen Street 

Milne, John, factory worker. 10 Newmonthill 

Milne, John, postman, 10 Montrose Road 

Milne, John R. C, hairdresser, 58 Graham Crescent 

Milne, John, confectioner, 89 Queen Street 

Milne, Lindsay, engineer, Kirkton, Academy Street 

Milne, Margaret, 31 John Street 

Milne, Margaret, 26 Nursery Street 

Milne, Margaret, 34 Glarnis Road 

Milne, Margaret, 15 Wellbraehead 

Milne, Mary, 56 Dundee Loan 

Milne, Mary A., postmistress and stationer, 2 Albert Street 

Milne, Mrs Agnes, 48 Dundee Road 

Milne, Mrs Agnes, weaver, 20 Graham Crescent 

Milne, Mrs Betsy, 137J East High Street 

Milne, Mrs Elizabeth, 19 Arbroath Road 

Milne, Mrs Helen, 23 Wellbraehead 

Milne, Mrs Mary, 47 Nursery Street 

Milne, Mrs Mary, 5 Cottage Homes, Lilybank Road 

Milne, Mrs Mary, 37 Easterbank 

Milne, Mrs Nora, lj Newmonthill 

Milne, Robert, confectioner, 9 Queen Street 

Milne, Robert, railway stoker, 38 John Street 

Milne, Robert, 51 Dundee Loan 

Milne, W T alter D., cinema manager, 54 East High Street 

Milne, William, ploughman, 6 Albert Street 

Milne, William, factory worker, 8 Easterbank 

Milne, William W., plasterer, "Enlim," Academy Street 

Mitchell, Agnes W., teacher, 184 East High Street 

Mitchell, Andrew, 72 Dundee Loan 

Mitchell, Charles, railway servant, 23 Prior Road 

Mitchell, Elizabeth, 29 Little Causeway 

Mitchell. Ernest, baker, 37 Victoria Street 

Mitchell, George, tailor, 87 Graham Crescent 

Mitchell, Ina, 34 Yeaman Street 

Mitchell, James B., brushmaker, 3 New Road 

Mitchell, John, railway servant, 50 Prior Road 

Mitchell, Mrs Elizabeth, " Redgarth," Rosebank Road 

Mitchell, Richard A., railway worker, 138 East High Street 

Mitchell, William, 14 Charles Street 



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Mitchell, William, bus driver, 11 Newmonthill 

Mitchell, William.. 9 Cross 

Mitchell, Williamina, 184 East High Street 

Moffat, Douglas, garage attendant, 22 King's Road 

Moffat, Mrs Rankeillor, 19 Queen Street 

Moffat, William, factory worker, 91 East High Street 

Moir, Alexander, lamplighter, 52 Prior Road 

Moir, Annie, factory worker, 4 Western Sunnyside 

Moir, Bella, 93b West High Street 

Moir, Campbell, 28 John Street 

Moir, Charles Wm., bank agent, Bank of Scotland, East High St. 

Moir, David E., factory worker, 49 North Street 

Moir, John, fireman, 22 Wellbraehead 

Moir, John, motor engineer, 22 Yeaman Street 

Moir, John, dentist, 32 Lilybank Crescent 

Moir, Marion, teacher, 19 Arbroath Road 

Moir, Mrs Martha, 13 Albert Street 

Moir, Robert, postman, 103 Lilybank Crescent 

Moir, William, factory worker, 44 Yeaman Street 

Mollison, Andrew, railway fireman, 70 Easterbank 

Mollison, Andrew, 4 Helen Street 

Mollison, James, farm worker, 65 Glamis Road 

Mollison, John, 87 West High Street 

Mollison, John, 10 Charles Street 

Moncur, James, 10 Muir Street, Zoar 

Morgan, John, lorry driver, 5 Windyedge Terrace 

Morison, Angus, auctioneer, 8 Wyllie Street 

Morison, John Miller, manufacturer, " Beech Hill," Lour Road 

Morris, David, 18 William Street 

Morris, James, clerk, 22 Green Street 

Morris, William, railway servant, 16 North Street 

Morris, William, 10 Dundee Loan 

Morrison, David, engineer, " Eastville," William Street 

Morrison, James B., fruit merchant, 40 Market Street 

Morrison, Joseph, tailor and clothier, 14a North Street 

Morrison, Messrs, farmers, " Slatefielcl," Dundee Road 

Morrison, Mrs Elizabeth, 7 Lilybank Crescent 

Morrison, Mrs Elizabeth, 21 Canmore Street 

Morrison, Mrs Isabella, 102 East High Street 

Morrison, Robert K., joiner, 9 Manor Street 

Morrison, William, motor engineer, Little Causeway 

Morton, Edith, 109 Queen Street 

Morton, Ernest, carter, 13 North Street 

Morton, Hector, mechanic, 23 Roberts Street North 

Morton, John, factory worker, 24 North Street 

Morton, Lizzie, 105 Queen Street 

Morton, Mrs Mary, 31 Graham Crescent 

Morton, Robert, factory worker, 31 Easterbank 



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Morty, Alexander, factory worker, 38 Brechin Road, Zoar 

Mowbray, Wm. E., 43 Dundee Road 

Mudie, Albert, blacksmith, 20 Dundee Road 

Mudie, Mrs Jane, 20 Dundee Road 

Muir, Alexander, 29 North Street 

Mullen, John A., lino, salesman, 97 Graham Crescent 

Mungall, Andrew Taylor, motor engineer, 3 Taylor Street 

Mungall, Robert, motor engineer, Hanick Terrace 

Munro, Alexander, 6 Bell Place 

Munro, George, 3 Katherine Street, Zoar 

Munro, John, motor driver, 8 John Street 

Munro, Margaret, hardware merchant, 32 East High Street 

Munro, Margaret C., " Beechwood," Brechin Road 

Munro, Murdoch, bank clerk, 15 Lilybank Crescent 

Murdoch, James, 3 Green Street 

Murdoch, Matthew, tobacconist, 3 Muirbank, Brechin Road 

Murdoch, Misses, teachers, 16 Castle Street 

Murdoch, Mrs Mary, 65 West High Street 

Murray, Alexander, 7 Montrose Road 

Murray, Alexander, labourer, 30 Graham Crescent 

Murray, Allan D., manual instructor, " Clovella," Taylor Street 

Murray, Andrew, grocer, 54 Easterbank 

Murray, David, telephone linesman, 52 Graham Crescent 

Murray, David, 8 Market Place 

Murray, James, painter, 52 Easterbank 

Murray, J. Boyd, dentist, " Bengarth," Robertson Terrace 

Murray, Mrs Isabella S., 50 East High Street 

Murray, Peter G., butcher, 8 St. James' Road 

Murray, Robert, motor driver, 3 Bell Place 

Murray, William, mart keeper, 4 Bell Place 

Murray, William, 59 Dundee Loan 

Murray, William, 28 Queen Street 

Myles, Alex., tanner, 7 Montrose Road 

Myles, David, boot repairer, 54 Graham Crescent 

Myles, Dr David, 59 East High Street 

Myles, James, labourer, 42 Prior Road 

Myles, Misses, " Blythehill," Hillside Road 

Myles, William, carter, 27 Graham Crescent 

Myles, William, 49 Graham Crescent 

M'Beth, Mrs Nellie, " Hillpark," Hillside Road 

M'Bey, John, 12 Nursery Street 

M'Cue, James, tenter, 101 Graham Crescent 

M'Diarmid, Alex., telegraph linesman, 99b East High Street 

M'Donald, Alexander, 40 Prior Road 

M'Donald, Catherine F., 2 Carseburn Road 

M'Donald, Charlotte, 28 Nursery Street 

M'Donald, Elizabeth, 6 Katherine Street, Zoar 

M'Donald, Margaret S., 182 East High Street 



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M'Donald, Margaret, 120 East High Street 

M'Donald, Robina, 24 Wellbraehead 

M'Donald, William, general dealer, 75 Graham Crescent 

M'Dougall, Margaret, 40 Prior Road 

M'Dougall, Susan, factory worker, 12 New Road 

M'Dowall, James, engineer, 58 Lilybank Crescent 

M'Dowall, Mrs Margaret, 13 North Street 

M'Farlane, Agnes, factory worker, 24 Glamis Road 

M'Farlane, Frank, police inspector, 6 Lochside Road 

M'Farlane, George Wilkie, joiner, 36 North Street 

M'Farlane, Misses, 3 St. James' Terrace 

M'Farlane, Peter, grain merchant, 7 Lochside Road 

M'Farlane, Thomas, factory worker, 1 Manor Street 

M'Farlane, Walter, 26 Newmonthill 

M'Gill, Samuel, bank agent, National Bank of Scotland, 7 Cross 

M'Gillivray, Thomas, 4 Dundee Road 

M'Gregor, Archibald, gardener, 34 Dundee Loan 

M'Gregor, David S., 113 Lilybank Crescent 

M'Gregor, Douglas, factory worker, 73 Queen Street 

M'Gregor, George W., 85 Queen Street 

M'Gregor, Gordon, bus driver, 85 Glamis Road 

M'Gregor, James S., factory worker, 36 Lour Road 

M'Gregor, Lawrence, 15 Arbroath Road 

M'Gregor, Mrs, 23 Queen Street 

M'Gregor, Mrs Elizabeth Ann, 73 Queen Street 

M'Gregor, Mrs Jane L., 16 Green Street 

M'Gregor, Nellie, tobacconist, 11 Roberts Street 

M'Gregor, Roy, gardener, 12 Glamis Road 

M'Gregor, William, gardener, 45| West High Street 

M'Hardy Jane, 5 Eastern Sunnyside 

M'Innes, Allan, hairdresser, 107 Queen Street 

M'Innes, David, mill worker, 80 East High Street 

M'Innes, Duncan, dresser, 30 South Street 

M'Innes, John, plumber, 39 North Street 

M'Innes, John, mill worker, 40 Brechin Road, Zoar 

M'lntosh, Alex., " Gordon House," Katherine Street, Zoar 

M'lntosh, Andrew, factory worker, 14 Watt Street 

M'lntosh, Christina, 14a Dundee Road 

M'lntosh, Ernest, 186 East High Street 

M'lntosh, Henry, railway fireman, 17 Easterbank 

M'lntosh, James G., 2 Dundee Road 

M'lntosh, John, railway porter, 18 Katherine Street, Zoa : 

M'lntosh, Margery, 59 West High Street 

M'lntosh, Mrs Elsie, 51| West High Street 

M'lntosh, Mrs Jessie, 5 Headingstone Place 

M'lntosh, Mrs Jessie, 19 South Street 

M'lntosh, Mrs Lizzie, 95 Queen Street 

M'lntosh, Mrs Margaret Ann, 5a St. James' Terrace 



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M'Intosh, William, shoemaker, 7 Roberts Street 

M'lntyre, Allan B., railway guard. 37 Prior Road 

M'Intyre, Mrs Ann, 1 Dundee Road 

M'Kay, David, factory worker, 9 Dundee Loan 

M'Kay, Isabella, 17 Dundee Loan 

M'Kay, James, shoemaker, 82 Castle Street 

M'Kay, James, mason, Albion Place 

M'Kay, James, traveller, 69 Graham Crescent 

M'Kay, James, labourer, 21 Market Place 

M'Kay, John, 4 Wellbraehead 

M'Kay, Mary, 82 Castle Street 

M'Kay, William, factory overseer, 9 Lour Road 

M'Kenzie, Charles, painter, 85 Graham Crescent 

M'Kenzie, David, gardener, 29 East High Street 

M'Kenzie, John, painter.. " Wellesley," Well Road 

M'Kenzie, John, traveller, "Woodbank," Service Road 

M'Kenzie, Kenneth, 55 West High Street 

M'Kenzie, Misses, '' Allanbank," St. James' Road 

M'Kenzie, Mrs Amy, 41 Graham Crescent 

M'Kenzie, Mrs Jane, 20 Little Causeway 

M'Kenzie, Mrs Martha, 79 Queen Street 

M'Kenzie, Mrs Mary, 23 St. James' Road 

M'Kenzie, Mrs Mary, 24 Wellbraehead 

M'Kenzie, William, factory worker, 28 Nursery Street 

M"Kerchar, John, " Viewmount," 35 St. James' Road 

M'Kie, William, police constable, "Dalgarn," 18 Jamieson Street 

M'Kinnon, John, tailor and clothier, " Talana," Wyllie Street 

M'Kinnon, Lavina, 22 Lilybank Crescent 

M'Laggan, Mrs Grace, 9 Headingstone Place 

M'Laggan, Mrs Jessie, 14 Prior Road 

M'Laren, Annabella N., " Chapelpark House," Academy Street 

M'Laren, David N., plumber, " Ferguslea." St. James' Road 

M'Laren, Frederick D. R., teacher, Reid Park Road 

M'Laren, Misses, " Drumgley Cottage," Brechin Road 

M'Laren, Mrs Agnes, " Emslea," 8 Jamieson Street 

M'Laren, Mrs Helen, Chapelpark House, Academy Street 

M'Laren, Mrs Leah, 25 Manor Street 

M'Laren, Peter, bus driver, 18 Charles Street 

M'Laren, Robert, shoemaker, 56 Graham Crescent 

M'Laren, William, baker, 24 Market Street 

M'Laren, William, painter, 12 Victoria Street 

M'Laren, William R., clerk, 20 Lilybank Crescent 

M'Laren, William, jun., baker, " Hazelbank," 21 Taylor Street 

M'Laughlin, John, cattle dealer, 9 John Street 

M'Lean, David, spirit merchant, 24 Albert Street 

M'Lean, George, restaurateur, 35 Albert Street 

M'Lean, James, factory worker, 24 Lour Road 

M'Lean, John, tenter, 4 Dundee Road 



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M'Lean, Lindsay, insurance agent, 3 Muirbank, Brechin Road 

M'Lean, Mrs Harriet, 6 Nursery Street 

M'Lean, Mrs Isobel, 39 St. James' Road 

M'Lean, Mrs Mary, 9 North Street 

M'Lean, Peter, 17 Manor Street 

M'Lean, William, railway clerk, 5 William Street 

M'Leay, Donald, shoemaker, 39 Graham Crescent 

M'Leod, Allan, dairyman, 22 North Street 

M'Leod, Angus, storekeeper, 84 Lilybank Crescent 

M'Leod, Mrs Eliza, 35 North Street 

M'Leod, Mrs Elizabeth, 34 King's Road 

M'Math, Euphemia, teacher, 8 Canmore Street 

M'Math, Mary, 6 Canmore Street 

M'Millan, John, 9 Victoria Street 

M'Millan, Mrs Annie, 129 Castle Street 

M'Nab, Archibald, 10 Nursery Street 

M'Nab, Mrs Annie, 23a South Street 

M'Nab, David, postman, 1 Dundee Loan 

M'Nab, Mrs Isabella, 132 Dundee Loan 

M'Nab, Robert, factory worker, 3 Bell Place 

M'Neish, Robert, 26| West High Street 

M'Nicoll, Annie, 138 East High Street 

M'Nicoll, Thomas, saddler, 7 St. James' Road 

M'Phee, Andrew, reporter, 31 Lilybank Crescent 

M'Phee, Duncan, tailor, " Gladsmuir," Muir Road 

M'Phee, Helen Beattie, factory worker, 7 New Road 

M'Phee, John, 13 Archie's Park 

M'Phee, Mrs Jessie, 40 Yeaman Street 

M'Pherson, Alexander, police constable, County Buildings 

M'Pherson, John, editor, Manor Place, Manor Street 

M'Pherson, Kenneth, 97 West High Street 

M'Pherson, Mrs Alexina, 123e Castle Street 

M'Pherson, Mrs Helen, 167 East High Street 

M'Queen, Mary, 48 South Street 

M'Queen, Mrs Isabella, 36 Canmore Street 

M'Queen, William J., auctioneer, "Strathellen," Robertson Terrace 

M' William, Alexander, 112 Dundee Road 

Nairn, Mrs Mary, " Arisaig," Wyllie Street 

Nairn, William, 69 Queen Street 

Napier, Andrew, labourer, 97 West High Street 

Napier, James, " Gallowshade," Dundee Road 

Napier, James D., farm servant, 50 Dundee Road 

Napier, William, Reid Park Road 

Napier^ William, 160J East High Street 

Neave, Alexander, labourer, 3 Roberts Street North 

Neave, Charles, plumber, 78 North Street 

Neave, David, labourer, 60 Graham Crescent 

Neave, Eliza, 4 Dundee Loan 



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Neave, Mrs Jessie, 27 Nursery Street 

Neave, Mrs Elizabeth, 33 North Street 

Neave, Norman, 30 South Street 

Neave, Ralph D., slater, 2 Broadcroft (east) 

Neave, William, hairdresser, 16 North Street 

Neave, William I., joiner, 19 Wellbraehead 

Neil, Donald, labourer, 1 Bell Place 

Neill, Ethel Munro, teacher, 42a Castle Street 

Neill, Ralph John, insurance agent, 125 East High Street 

Ness, George, labourer, 15 Glamis Road 

Nevay, Agnes, 108 Castle Street 

Nevay, David, plasterer, 14 Canmore Street 

Newby, Mrs, Hanick Terrace 

Nicol, Mrs Mary, 47 North Street 

Nicoll, Albert, 9 New Road 

Nicoll, Binny, spinster, 17 Dundee Loan 

Nicoll, Douglas, auctioneer, 1 Cargill Terrace, Brechin Road 

Nicoll, Edward, factory worker, 13 Charles Street 

Nicoll, George, gardener, 1 New Road 

Nicoll, George, factory worker, 26 Newmonthill 

Nicoll, George M., " St. Helen's," Rosebank Road 

Nicoll, James, grocer, 8 Lilybank Crescent 

Nicoll, Jane.. 33 Glamis Road 

Nicoll, Jane, factory worker, 7 Windyedge Terrace 

Nicoll, John, plumber, 5 Roberts Street 

Nicoll, John, factory worker, 87J East High Street 

Nicoll, Mary, 52 South Street 

Nicoll, Mary Ann, 105J- East High Street 

Nicoll, Misses, 12 Helen Street 

Nicoll, Mrs Mary, 7 Headingstone Place 

Nicoll, Mrs Mary "Eastview," 47 North Street 

Nicoll, Mrs Mary Ann, 13 North Street 

Nicoll, Mrs Rachel, 24 Dundee Road 

Nicoll, Alexander, motor driver, 18 Little Causeway 

Nicoll, Eliza, 12 William Street 

Nicoll, John G., market gardener, 26 Dundee Road 

Nicoll, Mrs Sarah, "Torwood," 13 Yeaman Street 

Nicoll, Norman, lamplighter, 82 Easterbank 

Nicoll, Robert, mill worker, 37 Roberts Street 

Nicoll, William, joiner, 48 Yeaman Street 

Nicoll, William, factory worker, 52 South Street 

Nicoll, William, mason, 8 Headingstone Place 

Nicoll, William D., motor driver, 105 Lilybank Crescent 

Nicolson, Elizabeth, 18 Lilybank Crescent 

Nicolson, George, chauffeur, 36 John Street 

Nicolson, James, factory worker, 46 Yeaman Street 

Nimmo, Robert, 61 Glamis Road 

Nisbit, James, veterinary surgeon, Easterbank House, South Street 



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Niven, John, railway clerk, " Bell Place Cottage," Wellbraehead 

Norrie, Frank, chauffeur, 16 Lilybank Crescent 

Norrie, Frank, 12 Cottage Homes, Jamieson Street 

Norrie, Mrs Jane, 43 Queen Street 

Oakley, Mrs Allison M., 16 Watt Street 

Oakley, Mrs Lizzie, 15 Glamis Road 

Oakley, Norman, confectioner, 16 Watt Street 

Ogg, Andrew T., postman, 5 New Road 

Ogg, David, factory worker, 26 North Street 

Ogg, Mrs Annie, 6 Victoria Street 

Ogg, William, railway fireman, 28 King's Road 

Ogilvy, Gordon, ticket collector, 26 King's Road 

Ogilvie, James, bricklayer, 9 Muir Street, Zoar 

Ogilvie, John, labourer, 66 Graham Crescent 

Ogilvie, Robert R. K., police supt., " Jedneuk," 7 Taylor Street 

Ogilvy, Capt. The Hon. Bruce, Bankhead House, Lochside Road 

O'Kane, Patrick, labourer, 40 Graham Crescent 

Oliphant, David, nurseryman, "Sheriff Park," 60 Glamis Road 

Oliphant, Peter, 20 Market Place 

Oliver, William, lorryman, 40 Prior Road 

Oram, Alexander, 44 St. James' Road 

Oram, John, 21 Wellbraehead 

Oram, William, factory worker, 45 Nursery Street 

Oram, William, joiner, 17 Eastern Sunnyside 

Ormiston, A. W., grocer and wine merchant, 19 Castle Street 

Ormond, Jane, 39 Queen Street 

Ormond, Jessie, 157 East High Street 

Ormond, John B., china merchant, 27 Dundee Loan 

Ormond, Maggie, 19 John Street 

Ormond, Mrs Annie, 60 Lilybank Crescent 

Ormond, Mrs Helen, 4 Victoria Street 

Ormond, William, grocery manager, 83 West High Street 

Osier, Mrs Eliza Jane, "Troodos Cottage," St. James' Road 

Page, Frank, 23 Wellbraehead 

Pass, John, salesman, 58 Yeaman Street 

Paterson, David, hammerman, 22 Don Street 

Paterson, David, labourer, 186 East High Street 

Paterson, David, motor mechanic, 32 Manor Street 

Paterson, James, jun., 23 Nursery Street 

Paterson, Walter Low, tailor, 38 Yeaman Street 

Paterson, William, 19 Newmonthill 

Paterson, William, picture framer, 44 West High Street 

Paton, Misses, 10 Wellbraehead 

Paton, William J., painter, 6 Western Sunnyside 

Paton, William J., factory worker, 32 Dundee Loan 

Patterson, Charles, 4 Watt Street 

Patterson, George D., baker, 3 Eastern Sunnyside 

Patterson, Georgina, 12 Watt Street 



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Patterson, John. 4 Watt Street 

Patterson, Mrs Annie, 50 West High Street 

Patterson, Mrs Margaret, 2 Bell Place 

Patterson, Robert S., baker, 18 New Road 

Patterson, William, water inspector, 7 Albert Street 

Pattie, Mrs Margaret, " Jock's Thorn," Roberts Street 

Pattullo, George, carter, 20 Nursery Street 

Pattullo, Mrs Elizabeth, 95 Castle Street 

Pattullo, Maggie, 22 North Street 

Patullo, Andrew, tenter, 166 East High Street 

Patullo, David, hairdresser, 18 Victoria Street 

Patullo, Douglas, engine driver, 6 Easterbank 

Patullo, George, railway surfaceman, 3 Easterbank 

Patullo, Isabella Y., clerkess, 8 Helen Street 

Patullo, James, mason, 4 Dundee Road 

Patullo, James, engine driver, 72 Graham Crescent 

Patullo, Mrs Mary Ann, 86 Dundee Loan 

Patullo, Mrs Susan, 14 Victoria Street 

Patullo, Stewart, 61 Dundee Loan 

Patullo, William, railway porter, 26 North Street 

Patullo, William, 157 East High Street, 

Patullo, William, railway fireman, 2 Bell Place 

Peacock, Alexander, moulder, 61 Lilybank Crescent 

Peacock, Bella, factory worker, 50 Dundee Loan 

Peacock, Mrs Ann, 18 South Street 

Pearson, James, jun., painter, 44 South Street 

Pearson, Mrs Elizabeth, 44 South Street 

Peffers, Mrs Annie, 8 Sparrowcroft 

Peter, David, 101 East High Street 

Peter, William, mason, 34 Yeaman Street 

Peters, James, 23 Lilybank Crescent 

Peters, Mrs Edith, 16 Lorn Road 

Peters, Mrs Margaret, 2 Broadcroft (west) 

Peters, Robert J., "Mansfield," Couttie's Wynd 

Petrie, Agnes, boot merchant, 56 Queen Street 

Petrie, Alexander, gas worker, 13 Roberts Street 

Petrie, Alexander, labourer, 63 North Street 

Petrie, Alexander W., " Volunteer Arms," Arbroath Road 

Petrie, Bella, 137J East High Street 

Petrie, Charles, factory worker, 41 John Street 

Petrie, Charles, factory worker, 19 Canmore Street 

Petrie, David, dresser, 20 John Street 

Petrie, David, school caretaker, 22 Lour Road 

Petrie, David, labourer, 39 Roberts Street 

Petrie, David, motor driver, 64 East High Street 

Petrie, David Beattie, butcher, 95J East High Street 

Petrie, George, plumber, 86 West High Street 

Petrie, George, factory worker, 19 Eastern Sunnyside 



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Petrie, George, railway fireman, 69 Lilybank Crescent 

Petrie, Isabella, 3 John Street 

Petrie, James, bleacher, 20 Montrose Road 

Petrie, James, labourer, 17 North Street 

Petrie, James M., hairdresser, " Floralbank," Wyllie Street 

Petrie, James, 2 Dundee Road 

Petrie, Mary, 4 Sparrowcroft 

Petrie, Mary, 9 Newmonthill 

Petrie, Mrs Anne, " Atholl Cottage," Robertson Terrace 

Petrie, Mrs Betsy, 15 Wellbraehead 

Petrie, Mrs Jane, 74 Dundee Loan 

Petrie, Mrs Jessie Ann D., 52 Prior Road 

Petrie, Mrs Lizzie, 8 Don Street 

Petrie, Mrs Mabel, 17 Lihbank Crescent 

Petrie, Mrs Marjory, 111 Queen Street 

Petrie, Robert, hairdresser, 138 East High Street 

Petrie, Thomas, wood turner, 43 Easterbank 

Petrie, Wilhelmina, Roslin Place, Yeaman Street 

Petrie, William, motor driver, 41 Victoria Street 

Philip, Mrs Mabel, 43 North Street 

Philip; James bus driver, 18 Dundee Road 

Phillips, David, 10 East High Street 

Philp, Mrs Agnes, 6 Victoria Street 

Piggot, Charles, labourer, 21 Wellbraehead 

Piggot, David, porter, 6 Montrose Road 

Piggot, Frank, scavenger, 125 Castle Street 

Piggot, George, plasterer, 44 Graham Crescent 

Piggot, James, traveller, 35 Roberts Street 

Piggot, John, factory manager, 1 John Street 

Piggot, Ma r _ ' Ann, 1 1 Wellbraehead 

Piggot, Mrs Annie, 71 West High Street 

Piggot, Walter, engine driver, 13 Muir Street, Zoar 

Piggot, William, Hillockhead, East High Sereet 

Pirie, James, labourer, 21 Market Place 

Pole, Charles, hotel attendant, 35 Castle Street 

Pool, Mrs Mary, " Carseview," Brechin Road 

Porter, Thomas, motor driver, 21 Albert Street 

Potter, David G., 32 Easterbank 

Potter, James, 42 Market Street 

Preston, Alexander, mason, 76 Lilybank Crescent 

Preston, Alexander, jun., joiner, 160| East High Street 

Preston, David, insurance agent, 15 Montrose Road 

Preston, David, Chapelpark, Academy Street 

Preston, James, railway servant, 16 Peffers Place 

Preston, William, hallkeeper, 64 East High Street 

Pringle, William, blacksmith, 10 Peffers Place 

Proctor, Edward, 11 Newmonthill 

Proctor, Mrs Grace, 14 Cottage Homes, Jamieson Street 



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Prophet, David, painter, 99b East High Street 

Prophet, David, 10 Glamis Road 

Prophet, Douglas, fireman, 42 Brechin Road 

Prophet, Elizabeth, 5 Charles Street 

Prophet, Ernest, chimney sweep, 30 South Street 

Prophet, James, factory worker, 22 Yeaman Street 

Prophet, James J., painter, 30 Prior Road 

Prophet, Louisa, Couttie's Wynd 

Prophet, Mrs Ann, 108 East High Street 

Prophet, Mrs Betsy, 1 William Street 

Prophet, Mrs Margaret, 6 Charles Street 

Prophet, Patrick Reid, factory worker, 27 New Road 

Prophet, Thomas, mill worker, 17 New Road 

Prophet, William, cement worker, 13 Graham Crescent 

Rae, David, labourer, 21 Montrose Road 

Rae, Frank, factory worker, 43 John Street 

Rae, Frank, factory worker, 27 St. James' Road 

Rae, George, blacksmith, 15 Watt Street 

Rae, James Hunter, 3 Green Street 

Rae, John, 16 Albert Street 

Rae, Mrs Helen, 11 Little Causeway 

Rae, Mrs Jemima, 3 Glamis Road 

Rae, Norman, motor driver, 88 Lilybank Crescent 

Raitt, Christina W., 51 Dundee Road 

Raitt, David, dealer, 1 Easterbank, South Street 

Raitt, Douglas, electrician, 34 Yeaman Street 

Raitt, Mrs Isabella, 8 Market Street 

Raitt, William, dyker, 35 North Street 

Raitt, William, agent, 14 Easterbank 

Ralph, John, 77 Lilybank Crescent 

Ramsay, Alexander, mill worker, 37 Graham Crescent 

Ramsay, Andrew, 13 Charles Street 

Ramsay, Bella, dressmaker, 15 Muir Street, Zoar 

Ramsay, Betsy, dressmaker, 49 North Street 

Rattray, Claude, mason, 61 Easterbank 

Ramsay, Hannah, confectioner, 61 J West High Street 

Ramsay, Louisa, factory worker, 80 East High Street 

Ramsay, Mrs Georgina, 20 Nursery Street 

Ramsay, Robert, joiner, 12 St. James' Road 

Ramsay, Robert S., reedmaker, 55 West High Street 

Ramsay, Scott, painter, 4 Montrose Road 

Ramsay, William, factory worker, 8 Katherine Street, Zoar 

Randell, William, chauffeur, 39 St. James' Road 

Rattray, Alexander, " Newford Park," Glamis Road 

Rattray, Alexander H., " Linbethnor," Taylor Street 

Rattray, David M., Stark's Close, West High Street 

Rattray, James K., aerated water manufacturer, 14 Charles Street 

Rattray, Mrs Jessie, 90 Dundee Loan 



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Rattray, Mrs Mary Ann, 54 South Street 

Rattray, Mrs Mary J., 14 Charles Street 

Rattray, William, 17 Muir Street, Zoar 

Ree, Agnes, 25 West High Street 

Ree, James, baker, 99 Lilybank Crescent 

Ree, Mrs Mary, 37 North Street 

Ree, William, insurance agent, 9 St. James' Terrace 

Reid, Agnes, 3 Katherine Street, Zoar 

Reid, Alexander, 51 Dundee Loan 

Reid, Andrew M., barman, 7 Montrose Road 

Reid, Annabella, 38 Brechin Road, Zoar 

Reid, James, cattleman, "Newford Park," Glamis Road 

Reid, John P., plasterer, 16 Jamieson Street 

Reid, John W., retired postman, 25 Canmore Street 

Reid, Jane, teacher, " St. John's Cottages," Fyfe Street 

Reid, Mrs Agnes, 6 Manor Street 

Reid, Mrs Catherine J., Kirkton, Academy Street 

Reid, Mrs Christina, 10 Dundee Loan 

Reid, Mrs Margaret, 10 Glamis Road 

Reid, Mrs Margaret, 41 Queen Street 

Reid, Mrs Mary, 9 Couttie's Wynd 

Reid, Robert, butcher, 15 William Street 

Reid, Robert, factory worker, 7 Charles Street 

Reid, William, Roslin Place, 3 Yeaman Street 

Reith, George, 19 Newmonthill 

Rennet, Alexander, blacksmith, 80b West High Street 

Rennie, Charles, engineer, 11 William Street 

Rennie, John, painter, 29 St. James' Road 

Rennie, Mrs Florence, 2 Green Street 

Restrup, Horace, railway porter, 108 East High Street 

Rew, Annie, Chapelpark, Academy Street 

Rhind, Alexander C, Kirkton, Academy Street 

Richard, Elizabeth, 10 Little Causeway 

Riddell, Elizabeth, 55 Dundee Loan 

Ritchie, Alexander, secretary, " Leapark," Wyllie Street 

Ritchie, Donald, 108 East High Street 

Ritchie, Elizabeth, 1 Rosebank Road 

Ritchie, Elizabeth M., " Windyedge," St. James' Road 

Ritchie, Misses, "Lunan Cottage," Well Road 

Ritchie, Mrs Agnes, 16 East High Street 

Ritchie, Mrs Elizabeth, " Tigh-Alasdair," Glamis Road 

Ritchie, Mrs Elizabeth, 1 Muirbank, Brechin Road 

Ritchie, Mrs Margaret, 96 Dundee Loan 

Ritchie, Robert, carrier, 83 West High Street 

Ritchie, William A., " Lunan Cottage," Well Road 

Robb, Annie, 11 Wellbraehead 

Robb, David, gas worker, 20 Victoria Street 

Robb, David M., Reid Park Road 




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Robb, Harry, 6 Bell Place 

Robb, James, 13 Queen Street 

Robb, Mrs Mary Ann, 33 South Street 

Robb, William, " Northampton," Dundee Road 

Robb, William, plumber, 55 Graham Crescent 

Robbie, John C, seedsman, 23 Albert Street 

Robbie, Mrs Helen, " Sheriff Park," Glamis Road 

Robbie, Mrs Margaret, 27 New Road 

Robbie, William, retired, 43 Queen Street 

Roberts, Elizabeth, 17 Albert Street 

Roberts, George, grocer, " Claremont," Brechin Road 

Roberts, James, draper, 46 Yeaman Street 

Roberts, Jane, 2 Market Street 

Roberts, Mary, factory worker, 18 New Road 

Roberts, Mrs Elizabeth, 28 Lilybank Crescent 

Roberts, Mrs Helen, 41 East High Street 

Roberts, Mrs Jane, Victoria Cottage, 19 Nursery Street 

Roberts, Mrs Lizzie, 44 Glamis Road 

Roberts, Mrs Margaret S., 3 Bell Place 

Robertson, Alexander, school caretaker, 31 Albert Street 

Robertson, Alexander, 17 Charles Street 

Robertson, Alexander, 96 West High Street 

Robertson, Alexander, joiner, 42 Canmore Street 

Robertson, Andrew, 17 Charles Street 

Robertson, Andrew, chartered accountant, Reid Park Road 

Robertson, Andrew, 33 Glamis Road 

Robertson, Ann Donald, 13 Watt Street 

Robertson, Ann W., dressmaker, 3 Archie's Park 

Robertson, Arch., motor engineer, 1 Southview Ter. , Roberts St. 

Robertson, Charles, farm servant, 16 Dundee Road 

Robertson, David, Chapelpark, Academy Street 

Robertson, David, clerk, " Balintore," Brechin Road 

Robertson, David, jun., baker, 10b Watt Street 

Robertson, George, labourer, 29 St. James' Road 

Robertson, George, labourer, 63 North Street 

Robertson, Isabella, Reid Park Road 

Robertson, James, tenter, 7 Archie's Park 

Robertson, John, stationmaster, Old Station, Victoria Road 

Robertson, John, painter, 69 Dundee Loan 

Robertson, John A., Caledonian Bar, 2-4 Don Street 

Robertson, J. M., factory manager, " Caenlochan," Robertson Ter, 

Robertson, Mary Jane, 39 South Street 

Robertson, Misses, 13 Glamis Road 

Robertson, Miss, 15 Green Street 

Robertson, Mrs Grace, 30 Green Street 

Robertson, Mrs Janet W., 11 Manor Street 

Robertson, Mrs Jessie, 9 Watt Street 

Robertson, Mrs Margaret, 163a East High Street 

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Robertson, Mrs Susan, 14 Katherine Street, Zoar 

Robertson, Mrs Violet, 9 Windyedge Terrace 

Robertson, Robert, 72 Easterbank 

Robertson, Robert, factory worker, 166 East High Street 

Robertson, William, labourer, 76 Easterbank 

Robertson, William, 129 J East High Street 

Robertson, Wm., joiner & cabinetmaker, 156J East High Street 

Rodger, Christopher M. H., painter, 11 Chapel Street 

Rodger, George M. H., painter, 40 John Street 

Rodger, James B., teacher, 2 Morley Place, Gordon Street 

Rodger, John, 55 North Street 

Rodger, Mrs Mary, " Kinnoull," Hanick Terrace 

Rodger, Robert T., chief P.A. officer, " Glencairn," Taylor St. 

Rodger, William, assistant P.A. officer, 2 Canmore Street 

Roebuck, Allan, joiner, 3 William Street 

Rolland, Annie, 87 West High Street 

Rolland, David, 61 West High Street 

Rolland, George, factory worker, 14 Dundee Loan 

Rolland, Helen, 93b West High Street 

Rolland, Mrs Margaret, 24 Dundee Loan 

Rolland, Peter, labourer, 8 Charles Street 

Rose, Jessie, 14 Arbroath Road 

Ross, Alexander, " Hamilton Cottage," Helen Street; 

Ross, Alexander, sculptor, 3 Carseburn Road 

Ross, David, mill worker, 29 North Street 

Ross, David, baker. 15 Roberts Street North 

Ross, David, 16 Arbroath Road 

Ross, David, 23 Green Street 

Ross, David A., labourer, 4 Osnaburg Street 

Ross, Donald, clerk, 7 Glamis Road 

Ross, Frank, factory worker, 10 Graham Crescent 

Ross, John, factory worker, 11 Market Place 

Ross, John C, 57 Lilybank Crescent 

Ross, Joseph, ploughman, Turfbeg, Lochside Road 

Ross, Mary, innkeeper, 20 Muir Street, Zoar 

Ross, Mrs Clementina, 7 Newmonthill 

Ross, Peter, railway surfaceman, 10 William Street 

Ross, Robert, 26 Newmonthill 

Ross, Roderick, fruit farm foreman, 7 Glamis Road 

Ross, William, fireman, 8 Lour Road 

Ross, William, butcher, "Hunter Cottage," 19 Wyllie Street 

Rough, Alexander, architect, 6 Sparrowcroft 

Rough, Andrew, 27 New Road 

Rough, David, carter, 87 West High Street 

Rough, Isabella Kinnear, 25 Eastern Sunnyside 

Rough, Mrs Ann, 12 Watt Street 

Rough, Mrs Annie, 54 Dundee Road 

Rough, Robert Morrison, baker, 10 St. James' Road 



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Routledge, James, sugar boiler, 63 Lilybank Crescent 

Roy, James F., labourer, 95 Lilybank Crescent 

Roy, Mrs Isabella, 59 Glamis Road 

Roy, Mrs Jessie, 23 Glamis Road 

Russel, James, factory worker, 16 Wellbraehead 

Russell, James, plasterer, 30 South Street 

Saddler, Alexander C, baker, 32 Market Street 

Saddler, Archibald, baker, 33 East High Street 

Saddler, John, baker, 96 North Street 

Saddler, Marjory, 10 Archie's Park 

Saddler, Mary Ann, " Honeyplace," 14 St. James' Road 

Saddler, Mrs Isabella, 12 St. James' Road 

Saddler, William, baker, " Strathview," Brechin Road 

Sahnond, Elizabeth, factory worker, 40 South Street 

Samson, Alexander A., retired engine fitter, 42 St. James' Road 

Samson, Mrs Ann, 124 Dundee Loan 

Samson, David, butcher, Manor Brae, Lochside Road 

Samson, James, tailor, 38 Dundee Road 

Samson, James, postal clerk, 6 Lilybank Crescent 

Samson, John, clerk, 87 Glamis Road 

Samson, Janet, 8 Dundee Loan 

Samson, John, tailor, 23 Eastern Sunnysi.de 

Samson, John, 49 North Street 

Samson, John, painter, 52 North Street 

Samson, Mrs, 8 Western Sunnyside 

Samson, Mrs Agnes, 122 Dundee Loan 

Samson, Mrs Betsy, 52 Dundee Loan 

Samson, Mrs Davina, 132 East High Street 

Samson, Mrs Jean, 51 Dundee Loan 

Samson, William, 6 Green Street 

Samson, William, 43 North Street 

Samson, William, 122 Dundee Loan 

Samson, William Byars, newsagent, 45 Dundee Road 

Sandeman, Elizabeth, 17 Dundee Loan 

Sanderson, Andrew, 6 Victoria Street 

Sangster, Georgina, draper, 7 South Street 

Savege, Mrs Margaret, confectioner, 20 South Street 

Scott, Alexander, gardener, 26 Newmonthill 

Scott, Andrew Fraser, " Westfield," Glamis Road 

Scott, Annie, 12 St. James' Terrace 

Scott, Euphemia, 2 Victoria Street 

Scott, George, carter, 62 Castle Street 

Scott, George, " Ivybank," Helen Street 

Scott, George D., joint manager, " Lilyfield," Yeaman Street 

Scott, Harry, clerk, 50 Yeaman Street 

Scott, James, managing director, " Lynnhall," Lininghills Lane 

Scott, James, factory worker, 28 Dundee Loan 

Scott, James, 39 Dundee Road 



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Scott, James, retired farmer, St. John's Cottages, Fyfe Street 

Scott, John, butcher, " Southview Cottage," Glamis Road 

Scott, Mrs Elizabeth, 84 East High Street 

Scott, Mrs Helen, rope spinner, 20 King's Road 

Scott, Mrs Isabella, factory worker, 7 Charles Street 

Scott, Mrs Isabella, 39 South Street 

Scott, Nelson, motor driver, 1 Wellbraehead 

Scott, Robert, 29 Queen Street 

Scrimger. David, fishmonger, 124a East High Street 

Selby, Alexander, railway fireman, 5 Helen Street 

Selby, Mrs Ann, factory worker, 6 Broadcroft (west) 

Sharp, Charles, " Bellevue," Lininghills Lane 

Sharpe, George, 54 North Street 

Shaw, Dr Charles John, m.d., "Benholm," Glamis Road 

Sheach, Mrs Jemima, 15 Arbroath Road 

Shepherd, Albert, slater, 136 East High Street 

Shepherd, Alexander, 156J East High Street 

Shepherd, Alexander, slater, 7 Victoria Street 

Shepherd, Andrew, slater, 136 East High Street 

Shepherd, Andrew, slater, 5 Helen Street 

Shepherd, Betsy, 11 Canmore Street 

Shepherd, George, factory worker, 161b East High Street 

Shepherd, George, joiner, 1 William Street 

Shepherd, George, slater, 46 North Street 

Shepherd, James Nicoll, grocer, 87 Queen Street 

Shepherd, James, Craig of Loch Road 

Shepherd, James, lorry driver, 27 New Road 

Shepherd, James, joiner, 5 Bell Place 

Shepherd, James, 85 Queen Street 

Shepherd, James C, law clerk, "Ashton," Taylor Street 

Shepherd, James C, 61 Dundee Loan 

Shepherd, John E. A., clerk, 3 Arbroath Road 

Shepherd, Maggie, 57 North Street 

Shepherd, Mrs Nellie, 4 West High Street 

Shepherd, Peter T., " Millbank," Victoria Street 

Shepherd, William, 57 North Street 

Shepherd, William, stationer, 41 Castle Street 

Shepherd, William, retired, 17 Green Street 

Shepherd, William, factory worker, 9 Montrose Road 

Shepherd, William, market gardener, 13 Glamis Road 

Shepherd, William Byars, slater, 4 Headingstone Place 

Sherridan, Mrs Amelia, 44 East High Street 

Shields, Rev. Martin B., West Manse, Lour Road 

Sim, Agnes, dressmaker, 2 Market Street 

Sim, Charles H., " Craigard," Rosebank Road 

Simpson, Andrew Gray, 2 Dundee Road 

Simpson, Charles, stationer, Roslin Place, Montrose Road 

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Simpson, Euphemia, 30 Yeaman Street 
Simpson, George, blacksmith, 13 Queen Street 
Simpson, George, railway porter, 51 Queen Street 
Simpson, George, 15 Charles Street 
Simpson, Isobel, 20 Dundee Road 

"Simpson, James, town's employee, 52 Graham Crescent 
Simpson, John, 12 Glamis Road 
Simpson, Louis, tailor, 25 Easterbank 
Simpson, Mrs Agnes, 110 Dundee Loan 
Simpson, Mrs Annie, 7 Arbroath Road 
Simpson, Mrs Christina, 108 Dundee Road 
Simpson, Mrs Margaret, 2 Charles Street 
Simpson, Mrs Margaret, 29 John Street 
Simpson, Mrs Mary, 79 West High Street 
Simpson, Mrs Mary Ann, 38 Yeaman Street 
Simpson, Richard, factory worker, 62 Yeaman Street 
Simpson, Robert, engineer, " Shelcroft," 50 St. James' Road 
Simpson, Robert, labourer, 84 Easterbank 
Simpson, William, factory worker, 15 Charles Street 
Sinclair, George, 59 West High Street 

Sinclair, N. J., m.d., medical officer, " Laurelbank," St. James' Rd. 
Sinclair, Robert A., baker, 14 Albert Street 
Skea, George, blacksmith, 8 North Street 
Skea, Henry B., gas manager,. 90 North Street 
Skene, James, tenter, 17 North Street 
Slater, Walter, mechanic, 19 Queen Street 
Small, Alexander, engine driver, 29 Prior Road 
Small, Allan, factory worker, 25 John Street 
Small, Charles, engine driver, 78 Easterbank 
Small, David, engineer, 24 Green Street 
Small, Frank, engine driver. South Street 
Small, James, mechanic, 11 Montrose Road 
Small, John, factory worker, 43 Queen Street 
Small, John M., railway guard, 27 Albert Street 
Small, Peter S., engineer, " Barguillean," Lour Road 
Small, Thomas, van driver, 16 Prior Road 
Small, William, " Viewmount," 35 St. James' Road 
Smart, David F., motor engineer, 5 Victoria Street 
Smart, Georgina, 54 Prior Road 
Smart, John, labourer, 1 Albert Street 
Smart, John, labourer, 7 St. James' Terrace 
Smart, Joseph, labourer, 13 Peffers Place 
Smart, Joseph, mill worker, 3 Albert Street 
Smart, Mrs Annie, 11 Lour Road 
Smart, Mrs Helen, weaver, 10 South Street 
Smart, Robert, 16 Yeaman Street 
Smith, Albert, labourer, 51 Graham Crescent 
Smith, Alexander, baker, 26 North Street 



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Alexander, factory watchman, 56 West High Street 
Alexander, " Sefton," South Street 
Alexander, labourer, 12 South Street 
Alexander L., 96 West High Street 
Alexander, joiner, " Hillpark," Hillside Road 
Allan, policeman, 2 Muirbank, Brechin Road 
Andrew, 22 Don Street 
Andrew, labourer, 10 Montrose Road 
Archibald, 12 North Street 

Charles, retired bank agent, " Norwood," Taylor Street 
Charles M., chemist, " Belmont," Lour Road 
David, painter, 7 Newmonthill 

David R., retired butcher, "Carnegie Cottage," Fyfe Street 
Ernest, lorry driver, 16 Lour Road 
Frank Smart, joiner, 12 Easterbank 
Frederick, 57 North Street 
George, licensed hawker, 95 Queen Street 
George, Kirkton, Academy Street 
George K., " Willowbank," 11 Brechin Road 
George S., 6 Victoria Street 
Georgina, 4 Cargill Terrace, Brechin Road 
Helen, 1 Charles Street 
Hugh, 29 North Street 
James, factory worker, 109 Queen Street 
James, factory worker, 45J West High Street 
James, gardener, 12 Newmonthill 
James, nurseryman, 28 Dundee Road 
James, 20 Arbroath Road 

James Donald, insurance agent, 49 South Street 
James M'Queen, blacksmith, 48 Dundee Road 
James R., publican, "Viewfield," 98 Dundee Road 
Jane Ann W., 57 South Street 
John, factory worker, 20 Charles Street 
John, labourer, 14 Nursery Street 
John, Old Station, Victoria Street 
John, factory worker, 8 Don Street 
John, 56 West High Street 
John, 18 New Road 

John A., bank agent, Royal Bank, 51 East High Street 
John M., 39 North Street 
Kate, factory worker, 17 North Street 
Mary, 59 West High Street 
Misses, 18 Muir Street, Zoar 
Mrs Ann, 7 Newmonthill 
Mrs Bella, 1 Watt Street 
Mrs Betsy, 6 Bell Place 
Mrs Georgina, 73 Graham Crescent 
Mrs Helen, 37 John Street 






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Smith, Hendry, chauffeur, " Beech Hill," Lour Road 

Smith, Mrs Elizabeth, 35 South Street 

Smith, Mrs Isabella, 22 Lour Road 

Smith, Mrs Isabella, 28 Market Street 

Smith, Mrs Jane D., 29 Graham Crescent 

Smith, Mrs Jessie, 25 North Street 

Smith, Mrs Mary, 12 Don Street 

Smith, Mrs Williamina, 30 South Street 

Smith, Nellie, 60 Easterbank 

Smith, Ogilvie, jun., 6 Bell Place 

Smith, Peter, engine driver, "Hillcrest," Dundee Road 

Smith, Robert, boot repairer, 87| East High Street 

Smith, Stewart, painter, 6 Wellbraehead 

Smith, Thomas, insurance agent, 17 John Street 

Smith, Thos., police inspector, 2 Southview Ter., Roberts Street 

Smith, Victoria R., 6 Katherine Street, Zoar 

Smith, Watson, painter, 9 Victoria Street 

Smith, William, factory worker, 93b West High Street 

Smith, William, 37 North Street 

Smith, William, lorry driver, 8 Arbroath Road 

Smith, William, motor driver, 57 North Street 

Smith, William, butcher, 76 Graham Crescent 

Smith, William, 9 Charles Street 

Smith, William factory worker, 169 East High Street 

Smith, William, 102 West High Street 

"Smyth, David, retd. stationmaster, " Kirklandbank," Jamieson St. 

Smyth, Henry, grocer, 31 Roberts Street 

Soave, Mrs Lily, 51 Graham Crescent 

Sorley, William, tobacconist, 156J East High Street 

Soutar, Alexander, factory worker, 40 Queen Street 

Soutar, Andrew, lorry driver, 45b North Street 

Soutar, Betsy, 7 Montrose Road 

Soutar, David, traveller, 26a Dundee Loan 

Soutar, Frank, draper, 89 Lilybank Crescent 

Soutar, George, rly. surfaceman, Chapelpark, Academy Street 

Soutar, Isabella, Well Road • 

Soutar, James, railway surfaceman, 5 Easterbank 

Soutar, Jane, 15 Arbroath Road 

Soutar, John, engine driver, 30 Lilybank Crescent 

Soutar, John, 15 Albert Street 

Soutar, Mrs Agnes, 186 East High Street 

Soutar, Mrs Georgina, 22 Little Causeway 

Soutar, Mrs Helen, 1J Victoria Street 

Soutar, Mrs Mary Ann, 29 St. James' Road 

Soutar, Thomas R., architect, Lochside Road 

Soutter, James, labourer, 5 Graham Crescent 

Spalding, William, factory worker, 14 Nursery Street 

Spark, Mrs Jean, 93 North Street 



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Spark, William, " The Knoll," Hillside Road 

Spence, John, grocer, 1 Muir Road 

Spence, Mrs Jeannie, 17 Brechin Road 

Splitt, William, commercial traveller, 5 Lilybank Crescent 

Stark, David, fish merchant, 102 West High Street 

Stark, James, 12 Stark's Close, West High Street 

Stark, John, yarn dresser, 22 Dundee Loan 

Steele, Agnes, " Easterbank," South Street 

Steele, Alexander, 6 Manor Street 

Steele, Clarence A., labourer, 10 Glamis Road 

Steele, Helen, factory worker, 11 Newmonthill 

Steele, Mrs Mary, 20 Glamis Road 

Steele, Mrs Mary, 19 Graham Crescent 

Steele, William, tenter, 44 South Street 

Steele, William, 46 Dundee Road 

Steele, William, 10 Glamis Road 

Stephen, Alexander, mart superintendent, 46 John Street 

Stephen, David, retired postmaster, 81a Castle Street 

Stephen, Farrel, motor mechanic, 1 Little Causeway 

Stephen, George, gardener, 65 Glamis Road 

Stephen, Gordon, engineer, 19 Queen Street 

Stephen, Helen, 68 Dundee Road 

Stephen, James, 105 Queen Street 

Stephen, James, carter, 43 North Street 

Stephen, Mary Ann, 83 Queen Street 

Stephen, Mrs Isabella, 5 Peffers Place 

Steven, William, baker, 13 John Street 

Stewart, Alex., mason, 10a Watt Street 

Stewart, Alex., game and fish dealer, " Ivy Cottage," Yeaman St 

Stewart, Alexander, cabinetmaker, 146 East High Street 

Stewart, Alexander, baker, 38 Yeaman Street 

Stewart, Alexander, 84 Dundee Loan 

Stewart, Alexander, motor lorry driver, 13 Montrose Road 

Stewart, Annie M., 26 Little Causeway 

Stewart, Charles, baker, 150 \ East High Street 

Stewart, Charles, labourer, 32 Dundee Loan 

Stewart, Charles, cycle agent, 154^ East High Street 

Stewart, dunes, labourer, 26 Easterbank 

Stewart, Colin, mason, 75 Queen Street 

Stewart, David, joiner, " Canmore Park," Canmore Street 

Stewart, David, labourer, 25 Graham Crescent 

Stewart, David, mechanic, 138 East High Street 

Stewart, David, tenter, 91a West High Street 

Stewart, David, 10 Stark's Close, West High Street 

Stewart, David, 4 Dundee Road 

Stewart, David, jun., joiner, 23 Queen Street 

Stewart, David R., tailor, 11 Albert Street 

Stewart, Edward F., 5 Glamis Road 



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Stewart, George, factory worker, 3 William Street 

Stewart, Georgina, 22 Nursery Street 

Stewart, Gilbert, bootmaker, 19 Green Street 

Stewart, Gordon, Temperance Hotel, 34 Castle Street 

Stewart, Harry, fireman, 12 King's Road 

Stewart, Herbert, 43 Queen Street 

Stewart, James, railway clerk, 14 Victoria Street 

Stewart, James, 46 Dundee Loan 

Stewart, James, mason, 23 South Street 

Stewart, James R., " Westlea," Taylor Street 

Stewart, John, boilersmith, 54 Lilybank Crescent 

Stewart, Jessie T., teacher, 50 Lilybank Crescent 

Stewart, Laura, 23 Queen Street 

Stewart, Margaret, factory worker, 13 John Street 

Stewart, Mary, "Endsleigh," Wyllie Street 

Stewart, Mary Ann, factory worker, 6 Market Place 

Stewart, Mrs Edith, " Orchard Cottage," 25 South Street 

Stewart, Mrs Ella M., " Holmlea," Wyllie Street 

Stewart, Mrs Margaret P., 14 Dundee Road 

Stewart, Norman, labourer, 74 Easterbank 

Stewart, Sidney, 6 Victoria Street 

Stewart, Susan, laundress, 30 South Street 

Stewart, Susan, 21 Queen Street 

Stewart, Thomas, roadman, 8 Graham Crescent 

Stewart, Walter, 57 Dundee Loan 

Stewart, William, baker, 106 Dundee Loan 

Stewart, William, mason, 58 Easterbank 

Stewart, William, labourer, 40 South Street 

Stewart, William, factory worker, 1 St. James' Road 

Stewart, William C, 6 Broadcroft East 

Stewart, William J., 47 South Street 

Stirling, Andrew, hostler, 23 Castle Street 

Stirling, Andrew, shop assistant, 18 Yeaman Street 

Stirling, Frank, mill worker, 40 South Street 

Stirling, George, spinner, 9 Easterbank 

Stirling, Harry, chauffeur, 49 Queen Street 

Stirling, James, millworker, 9 Victoria Street 

Stirling, Matthew, billposter, 57 West High Street 

Stirling, Mrs Catherine, 50 Brechin Road, Zoar 

Stirling, Mrs Isabella, 3 Watt Street 

Stirling, Mrs Jane Ann, 3 Bell Place 

Stirling, Robert, factory worker, 23 John Street 

Stirling, William, salesman, 22 Easterbank 

Stormont, George, blacksmith, 69 Queen Street 

Stormonth, Charles, 186 East High Street 

Stormonth, David, labourer, 65 Glamis Road 

Stormonth, Ernest, joiner, 10 Albert Street 

Stormonth, James, railway labourer, 65 Queen Street 



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Stormonth, James, Hillockhead, East High Street 

Stormont, James, 22 Manor Street 

Stormonth, Susan, 6 Wellbraehead 

Stott, David, vanman, 28 Canmore Street 

Straehan, Alex. D., wood and coal merchant, 10 Manor Street 

Strachan, Allan, printer, 6 Roberts Street North 

Straehan, Bella, 24 John Street 

Strachan, Douglas, ironmonger, 7 Lour Road 

Strachan, George T., clerk, 56 Yeaman Street 

Strachan, Harry, ploughman, 1 William Street 

Straehan, James, watchmaker, 21 Newmonthill 

Strachan, James, 29 New Road 

Strachan, James, 44 Prior Road 

Strachan, James D., timber merchant, " Alton," Wyllie Street 

Strachan, James N., printer, 11 Muir Street, Zoar 

Strachan, Jessie, 32 West High Street 

Strachan, John, butcher, 7 Yeaman Street 

Strachan, John, 12 Dundee Loan 

Strachan, John, 16 Victoria Street 

Strachan, John F., jun., butcher, " Call an Glen," Yeaman Street 

Strachan, Mrs Agnes, 29 Strang Street 

Strachan, Mrs Bella, 9 Helen Street 

Strachan, Robert E., mechanic, 36 Easterbank 

Strachan, William, fireman, 31 John Street - 

Stuart, Charles, railway linesman, 23 Castle Street 

Stuart, Harry, chauffeur, 17 North Street 

Sturrock, Adam A., retired baker, 7 Watt Street 

Sturrock, Alex. L., seedsman, " Lintlands House," Dundee Rd, 

Sturrock, Allan, motor engineer, " Westview," Wyllie Street 

Sturrock, Andrew, railway clerk, 30 Market Street 

Sturrock, Betsy, 20 Arbroath Road 

Sturrock, Charles, merchant, 22 Claims Road 

Sturrock, David, baker, 33 Albert Street- 

Sturrock, Frederick, bakery foreman, 47 Lilybank Crescent 

Sturrock, Grant, lorry driver, 176 East High Street 

Sturrock, Jean, 13 Newmonthill 

Sturrock, John, 4 Arbroath Road 

Sturrock, Martin, mill worker, 35 North Street 

Sturrock, Mrs Annie, 7 Muir Road 

Sturrock, Mrs Elizabeth, 68 Dundee Loan 

Sturrock, Mrs Isa., confectioner, 2 Watt Street 

Sturrock, Mrs Mary Ann, 30 South Street 

Sturrock, Ormond, goods porter, 17 Montrose Road 

Sturrock, William, baker, 12 West High Street 

Sturrock, William, 20 North Street 

Sutherland, James, clothier, "Linden House," 21 Brechin Road 

Sutherland, Mrs Jean, 12| North Street 

Suttie, David, 10 Nursery Street 



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Suttie, Mrs Georgina, 21 Glamis Road 
Suttie, Jean Milne, 33 Prior Road 

Suttie, William, insurance superintendant, 8 Little Causeway 
Swankie, James, railwayman, 30 King's Road 
Tait, Alfred G., sheriff clerk depute, " Braemount," Taylor St. 
Tait, Henry Donald, 148 East High Street 
Tait, William, merchant, 49 Lilybank Crescent 
Tait, William W., blacksmith, 47 Victoria Street 
Tait, W. S. M., branch manager, Ministry of Labour, Jamieson St. 
Tasker, David, engine driver, 16 Katherine Street, Zoar 
Tasker, Mrs Margaret, 21 Little Causeway 
Tavendale, George, porter, 9 Muir Street, Zoar 
Tavendale, John, retired, 12 Muir Street, Zoar 
Tavendale, Mrs Agnes, 18 Easterbank 
Taylor, Alan, Dovecot Cottage, West High Street 
Taylor, Burnett, joiner, 89 West High Street 
Taylor, Charles S., collector, 22 South Street 
Taylor, David B., butcher, 2 Lilybank Crescent 
Taylor, Eliza Elsie Dalgety, 67 Lilybank Crescent 
Taylor, George, 39 Queen Street- 
Taylor, James, aerated water salesman, 37 Albert Street 
Taylor, John Robert, "St. Ann's," 6 St. James' Road 
Taylor, Lily L., 23 Strang Street 
Taylor, Mrs Agnes, 9 Arbroath Road 
Taylor, Mrs Alexina, 11 Easterbank 
Taylor, Mrs Florence, 28 Nursery Street 
Taylor, Mrs Isabella, " Abbey House," Strang Street 
Taylor, Mrs Lizzie, 22a South Street 
Taylor, Mrs Margaret, 28 Nursery Street 
Taylor, Peter, tenter, 14 Arbroath Road 
Taylor, Peter S., hawker, 6 Arbroath Road 
Telfer, Jessie 77 Queen Street 
Todd, Henry, 2 Wyllie Street 
Todd, Misses, 30 Lour Road 
Thom, James, licensed grocer, 2 William Street 
Thorn, James, factory worker, 7 John Street 
Thom, John S., secretary, 4 New Road 
Thom, John S., stoker, 24 Graham Crescent 
Thom, Maggie, 6 Nursery Street 
Thom, Margaret, 15 John Street 
Thom, Mrs Ethel, 3 Newmonthill 
Thom, Richard, slater, 14 Green Street 
Thom, Robert, grocer, 80b West High Street 
Thom, William, slater, 55 West High Street 
Thom, William, factory worker, 26 John Street 
Thomas, David, mill foreman, 45 South Street 
Thorns, David, 12 Montrose Road 
Thorns, Mrs Mary Ann, 59 Graham Crescent 



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Thomson, Alexander, 132 East High Street 

Thomson, Alam 21 Graham Crescent 

Thomson. AlW, 99b East High Street 

Thomson, Andrew, lorryman, 46 Market Street 

Thomson, Arthur, engineer, 33 Manor Street 

Thomson, David, 48 Dundee Loan 

Thomson, Frank M., factory manager, " Woodhill," Lour Road 

Thomson, James, " Rosebank Cottage," Rosebank Road 

Thomson, James, joiner, 48 North Street 

Thomson, James, factory worker, 37 South Street 

Thomson, Mas Janet, 54 Brechin Road, Zoar 

Thomson, John, solicitor, " St. Clements," 97 Glamis Road 

Thomson, John, tailor, 50 South Street 

Thomson, John, railway fireman, 7 Strang Street 

Thomson, Margaret, 25 John Street 

Thomson, Misses, " Parkdene," Reid Park Road 

Thomson, Ralph S., auctioneer, "Invercauld Cottage," Brechin Rd. 

Thomson, Robert, engine fitter, " Stanwick," Roberts Street 

Thomson, Robert, retired farmer, " Lochview," Glamis Road 

Thornley, Philip S., music teacher, 39 Lilybank Crescent 

Thornton, Arch., jun., mason, 13 John Street 

Thornton, David P., shoemaker, 82 West High Street 

Thornton, George, solicitor, " Rocklyn," Robertson Terrace 

Thornton, Isabel M. , " Jeanfiekl," Old Halkerton Road 

Thornton, Misses, 79 North Street 

Thornton, Mrs Mary, Muir Place, Zoar 

Thow, Charles, 116 Dundee Road 

Thow, Williamina, 114 Dundee Road 

Threlkeld, George, factory worker, 21 New Road 

Tindal, William B., 29 North Street 

Todd, Mrs Georgina, 99b East High Street 

Todd, Mrs Marjory, 39 Dundee Loan 

Torrie, Arthur, gardener, 61 Dundee Loan 

Tough, David, 20 Don Street 

Tough, James, tinsmith, 9 Victoria Street 

Tough, Mrs Elizabeth, 1 Bell Place 

Towers, James, 35 South Street 

Towns, Alexander, factory worker, 18 Helen Street 

Towns, James, factory worker, 8 Montrose Road 

Towns, James, mill worker, 28 Yeaman Street 

Towns, Jessie, 15 Green Street 

Towns, John, 15 New Road 

Towns, Mrs Joan, 27 Roberts Street 

Traill, John, bus driver, 11 Newmonthill 

Troup, Alexander, outfitter, " Willowbrae," 2 Brechin Road 

Troup, David, outfitter, 65 West High Street 

Troup, James, butcher, 24 Wellbraehead 

Troup, James E., horse dealer, 54 Queen Street 



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Tyndall, Ann, 161a East High Street 

Tyndall, Mrs Agnes, 178£ East High Street 

Tyrie, Archibald, factory manager, 34 North Street 

Tyrie, Catherine, 2 Roseberry Place, Dundee Road 

Tyrie, James, labourer, 15 Peffers Place 

Tyrie, James Ross, dresser, 75 East High Street 

Urquhart, Alexander, slater, 17 St. James' Road 

Urquhart, Alexander S., 3 West High Street 

Urquhart, Christina, weaver, 25 St. James' Road 

Urquhart, James, 2 Wellbraehead 

Urquhart, Robert, pig dealer, 63 Graham Crescent 

Urquhart, William, Newford Park, Glamis Road 

Urquhart, William S., general dealer, 117b Castle Street 

Valentyne, David, 26 Newmonthill 

Waddell, Alexander, 25 East High Street 

Waddell, Andrew, lorry driver, 39 Easterbank 

Waddell, Charles, 10 South Street 

Waddell, David, 45a North Street 

Waddell, Edwin, slater, 6 Charles Street 

Waddell, Ernest, 14 John Street 

Waddell, George, factory worker, 63 Easterbank 

Waddell, James, factory worker, 9 Albert Street 

Waddell, James, coachman, 19 Newmonthill 

Waddell, John, factory worker, 43 Graham Crescent 

Waddell, Mrs Elizabeth, 129 Castle Street 

Waddell, Mrs Helen, 172a East High Street 

Waddell, Mrs Mary Ann, 9 Strang Street 

Waddell, Robei't, factory worker, 8 Ar breath Road 

Waddell, William, factory worker, 129 Castle Street 

Wakeford, Charles O., 105 Queen Street 

Wakeford, Leonard F., confectioner, 73 Lilybank Crescent 

Wakeford, Thomas G., confectioner, 2 Arbroath Road 

Walker, Alexander, "Highbury," Brechin Road 

Walker, Annie Findlay, 11 Canmore Street 

Walker, Charlotte, 184 East High Street 

Walker, David, assistant postmaster, 81 Lilybank Crescent 

Walker, David, sawmiller, 19 Green Street 

Walker, Gordon, factory worker, 43 North Street 

Walker, Isabella, factory worker, 47 Victoria Street 

Walker, James, hotel keeper, " Jarman's Hotel," 97 North Street 

Walker, James, drapery salesman, 1 St. James' Terrace 

Walker, James, dairykeeper, " Hazelhall," Muir Road 

Walker, James, 18 Wellbraehead 

Walker, James, labourer, 14 Glamis Road 

Walker, Joseph, 2 Headingstone Place 

Walker, Misses, " Broomroof," Rosebank Road 

Walker, Mrs Agnes, 13 Canmore Street 

Walker, Mrs Anne, 19 John Street 



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Walker, Mrs Catherine, 13 Arbroath Road 

Walker, Mrs Jane, 80b West High Street 

Walker, Mrs Nellie, 1 Helen Street 

Walker, Robert, 3 St. James' Road 

Walker, William, factory worker, 50 Dundee Road 

Walker, William, 182 East High Street 

Wallace, George M., labourer, 1 Strang Street 

Wallace, James, 6 Nursery Street 

Wallace, Peter, tenter, 13 Roberts Street North 

Ward, Francis, 2 BeJ.1 Place 

Warden, Agnes B. L., " Cowiehill," Lour Road 

Warden, Mrs Helen T., 91 Castle Street 

Watson, James D., baker, 184 East High Street 

Watson, Jessie, 11 Cottage Homes, Jamieson Street 

Watson, John, bus driver, 18 Dundee Road 

Watson, John, 52 South Street 

Watson, Robert, chauffeur, " Westby House," 66 West High St. 

Watson, Robert B., butcher, 5 Teuchat Croft 

Watt, David C. H., ironmonger, " Gayfield," Hanick Terrace 

Watt, David, 35 South Street 

Watt, Francis, pedlar, 8 Dundee Loan 

Watt, Francis, jun., 15 Little Causeway 

Watt, James, clerk, 86 Lilybank Crescent 

Watt, Jessie Scott, 6 John Street 

Watt, Mrs Ella R., 101 Castle Street 

Watt, Mrs Frances, " Dundarroch," Hillside Road 

Watt, Robert, butcher, 9 Green Street 

Watt, Robert, labotirer, 22 Graham Crescent 

Watters, Alexander William, sanitary inspector, Dundee Road 

Waterston, Mrs Mary, 62 Queen Street 

Watterston, Charles, " St. David's," Glamis Road 

Webster, David, mason, 32 Manor Street 

Webster, George, railway servant, 44 North Street 

Webster, Katherine D., " Netherby," Glamis Road 

Webster, Mrs Helen, 10 Stark's Close, West High Street 

Webster, Mrs Jane, 23 Graham Crescent 

Welsh, David, gardener, 46 Dundee Road 

Welsh, John, boot salesman, 49 Dundee Road 

Welsh, Mrs Annie, 14 Watt Street 

Welsh, Sophia Robertson, teacher, 30 Canmore Street 

Welsh, William, manual instructor, 54 Yeaman Street 

West, Charles, 33 South Street 

West, James, french polisher, 50 Yeaman Street 

West, Mrs Elizabeth, 20 Montrose Road 

Westwood, Alexia E. D. M., 47 East High Street 

Westwood, Andrew, 4 West High Street 

Wetherall, A. J., librarian, " Milton House," Manor Street 

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Whalley, Mrs Mary, Muir Place, Zoar 

Whamond, Jane, 9 Green Street 

Whamond, Mrs Angelica, 29 Manor Street 

Whamond, William, 101 East High Street 

Whiteford, Betsy, 13 Albert Street 

Whiteford, Helen, 91 East High Street 

Whitson, Mrs Jessie B., " The Friarage," Little Causeway 

Whitson, Thomas J. M., solicitor, " Wheatlands," Hillside Road 

Whitson, Tom F., leather merchant, " Lilybank," Arbroath Road 

Whittaker, Arthur S., 14 Newmonthill 

Whitton, Alice, teacher, 16 Roberts Street North 

Whitton, Ernest, vanman, 143 East High Street 

Whitton, William, engine driver, 22 John Street 

Whyte, Alexander, plumber, 13 John Street 

Whyte, Alexander, coach painter, 3 Victoria Street 

Whyte, Alexander, mason, 18 Dundee Loan 

KSThyte, Alexander, confectioner, Chapelpark, Academy Street 

Wlryte, Alexander, clerk, 12 Helen Street 

Whyte, Alexander, baker, 16 Dim dee Road 

Whyte, Alfred C, leather merchant, " Roukendale," Taylor St. 

Whyte, Andrew, vanman, 136 East High Street 

Whyte, Annie, 31 John Street 

Whyte, Archibald, " Mount Feredith," Lour Road 

Whyte, Edward, "Tormount," Lour Road 

Whyte, Elizabeth, 6 Manor Street 

Whyte, Ernest, carter, 3 Bell Place 

Whyte, Frank, traveller, 3 Headingstone Place 

Whyte, George, cattleman, 11 Newmonthill 

Whyte, Henry, 23 Wellbraehead 

Whyte, James, cloth merchant, 19 Market Place 

Whyte, James, plumber, 25 Albert Street 

Whyte, J. S., tanner & leather merch., " Lilybank," Arbroath Rd. 

Whyte, Joseph S., " Gowanlea," Helen Street 

Whyte, Langlands B., " Allandale," Hanick Terrace 

Whyte, Mrs Ann, 71 Graham Crescent 

Whyte, Mrs Florence, " Strathdale," Reid Park Road 

Whyte, Mrs Helen, 22 Wellbraehead 

Whyte, Mrs, Jane, 3 Headingstone Place 

Whyte, Mrs Janet, 33 East High Street 

Whyte, Robert, mason, 2 Katherine Street, Zoar 

Whyte, Robert, labourer, 97 West High Street 

Whyte, R. T., leather merchant. "Broombank," Rosebank Road 

Whyte, William, 186 East High Street 

Whyte, William, solicitor, " Headingstone," Wyllie Street 

Whyte, William, ploughman, 1 Headingstone Place 

Whyte, William, plumber, 16 John Street 

Whyte, William, mason, 12 Wellbraehead 

Whyte, William, labourer, 61 Graham Crescent 



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Whyte, William W. A., 77 Castle Street 

Widgery, Mrs Mary A., " Ethelbank," 12 Wyllie Street 

Wighton, Charles D., manufacturer, " Artuthol," Wyllie Street 

Wighton, James, factory worker, 98 Dundee Loan 

Wilkie, Agnes, 28 Nursery Street 

Wilkie, George, " Strathconon," Taylor Street 

Wilkie, Georgina, factory worker, 15 Dundee Loan 

Wilkie, Nelson, motor driver, 45 North Street 

Wilkie, Peter, labourer, 6 Market Place 

Wilkie, Thomas H., publican, 5 Green Street 

Wilkie, William, factory worker, 18 Easterbank 

Wilkinson, John, 6 Victoria Street 

Will, James, Reid Park Road 

Williams, Misses, 30 Manor Street 

Williamson, David, motor driver, 2 Windyedge Terrace 

Williamson, Jack, 2 Nursery Street 

Williamson, James, chauffeur, 49c Dundee Loan 

Williamson, John A., farm manager, Kirkton, Academy Street 

Williamson, Mary, 37 North Street 

Williamson, Mrs Davina, 7 Osnaburg Street 

Williamson, Mrs Mary, 22 Don Street 

Willis, William, sergeant, Lochside Road 

Willox, David, roadman, 123b Castle Street 

Wilson, Alexander, blacksmith, 1 Muirbank, Brechin Road 

Wilson, Andrew, ironmonger, '' Knock-ma-har," Hanick Terrace 

Wilson, Croom, shop assistant, 18 King's Road 

Wilson, David. 56 Easterbank 

Wilson, David, labourer, 14 Muir Street, Zoar 

Wilson, David, railway servant, 25 Glamis Road 

Wilson, James, bus driver, 18 Charles Street 

Wilson, John, blacksmith, 67 Dundee Loan 

Wilson, Mary, 155a East High Street 

Wilson, Mrs Agnes Tosh, 20 West High Street 

Wilson, Mrs Annie, 71 North Street 

Wilson, Mrs Rebecca, 68 Dundee Loan 

Wilson, Rev. Alfred, 47 Brechin Road 

Wilson, Stewart, surfaceman, 44 Prior Road 

Wilson, William, factory worker, 20 Yeaman Street 

Wilson, William S., head teacher, 19 Yeaman Street 

Winning, Mrs Jane, 12 John Street 

Wishart, Charles, tailor, 16 Yeaman Street 

Wishart, George, railway fireman, 50 Dundee Loan 

Wishart, John, factory worker, 26b Dundee Loan 

Wishart, Mrs Agnes, " Briar Cottage," Glamis Road 

Wishart, Mrs Annie G., " Sunnybrae," Brechin Road 

Wishart, Mrs Mary, 32 Glamis Road 

Wishart, William, cycle agent, 2 Muirbank, Brechin Road 

Wood, Albert, factory worker, 8 Arbroath Road 



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Wood, Alexander S., butcher, 37 St. James' Road 
' Wood, Archibald, plumber, 20 Newmonthill 

Wood, James B., spirit merchant, 90 East High Street 
' Wood, Madge, 3 Carseburn Road 
1 Wood, Mary, 109 Queen Street 

Wood, Misses, 9 Cross 
; Wood, William, tailor, 72 Dundee Road 
] W'oodward, Francis, 13 Dundee Loan 

Wright, Mrs Nellie, 82 West High Street 
| Wyllie, David, 1 8 South Street 

Wyllie, Duncan; 35 South Street 

Wyllie, Frank, mechanic, 28 Lour Road 

Wyllie, Mrs Agnes Barclay, " Ewnie," Rosebank Road 

Wyllie, William, mechanic, 20 Lour Road 

Wyllie, William, 186 East High Street 

Young, Agnes, factory worker, 188 East High Street 

Young, Agnes, factory worker, 32 John Street 

Young, Alexander S., compositor, " Abbey House," Strang Street 

Young, David, labourer, 1 Roberts Street, North 

Young, David H., factory worker, 25 John Street 

Young, George S., 62 Castle Street 

Young, Harry, baker, 29 New Road 

Young, John, factory worker, 21 Glamis Road 

Young, Marie, nurse, 14 Lilybank Crescent 

Young, Mary, domestic servant, 15 Wellbraehead 
jj Young, Mary, 182 East High Street 
S Young, Mrs Elizabeth, 26 North Street 

Young, Mrs Janet, 3 Morley Place, Gordon Street 

Young, Mrs Jeannie, 16 Nursery Street 

Young, Mrs Mary, 150-i- East High Street 

Young, Mrs Mary, Fonah Close, 4 Queen Street 

Young, Patrick, chauffeur, 30 John Street 

Young, Sydney S. M., " Rohais," Rosebank Road 

Young, William, 20 North Street 

Young, William, " Dunella," Roberts Street 

Young, William S., 12 Dundee Road 

Yule, John, labourer, 43 North Street 

Yule, Mrs Jane, 5 Glamis Road 

Yule, Samuel, labourer, 3 Charles Street 

HOLIDAYS IN FORFAR. 

'SHOPKEEPERS' WEEKLY HALF-HOLIDAY— Thursday Afternoon, close at i. 
SPRING HOLIDAY— Monday, ist, and Thursday, 4 th May. 
EMPIRE DAY— Thursday, 25th May. 

SHOPKEEPERS' MIDSUMMER HOLIDAY— Thursday, 29th June. 
ANNUAL HOLIDAYS— Begin on Friday, 21st July. 
AUTUMN HOLIDAY— Monday, 2nd, and Thursday, 5 th October. 
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COUNTY OF ANGUS. 



Population in 193 1 — 39,160. 

Constituency — Voters on Register (including Absent Voters), 32,619. 

Parliamentary Representative — Captain W. T. Shaw. 

Valuation, Gross, ^485,067. Rateable, .£199,385. 

Convener — Sir Harry Hope, Bart., of Kinnettles, by Forfar. 
Vice-Convener — Samuel Edwards, Dalhousie Estates Office, Brechin. 

County Clei-k and Treasurer — R. H. Anderson, County Buildings, Forfar. 

Medical Officer of Health — Dr N. J. Sinclair, County Buildings, Forfar. 

Clerk to Education Committee — John Eadie, County Buildings, Forfar. 

Coicnty Architect — James M'Gregor, a.r.i.a.s., County Buildings, Forfar. 

Chief Constable — D. C. Christie, County Buildings, Forfar. 

Assessor and Registration Officer — D. J. Carnegy, jun. , County Buildings, Forfar. 

Chief Public Assistance Officer — R. T. Rodger, Newmonthill, Forfar. 

Inspector ofW eights and Measures. — W. A. Bertram, Forfar. 

Road Sui~veyors — John R. Black, Arbroath District Surveyor, Arbroath. 

George A. Guthrie, Brechin District Surveyor, Brechin. 

William Wyllie, Dundee District Road Surveyor, Dundee. 

James Wedderspoon, Forfar District Road Surveyor, Kirriemuir. 



Offices — County Buildings, Forfar. Telephone No. 203. 



PUBLIC OFFICES AND OFFICERS. 

Sheriff. — Daniel Patterson Blades, 34 India Street, Edinburgh. 

Sheriffs-Substitute — Forfar and Arbroath, J. A. R. MacKinnon ; Dundee, Robert 
Carmiehael Malcolm. 

Hon. Sheriffs-Substitute. — John S. Gordon, N. J. Sinclair, and R. H. Anderson. 

Sheriff-Clerk. — Christopher J. Bisset, Dundee. Deputes. — Forfar, James Petrie; 
Dundee, A. G. Tait and H. M. Ross ; Arbroath, J. M. McBain. 

Sheriff Clerk's Deputes for Small Debt Business. — Brechin, James Petrie; 
Montrose, James Smith. 

Official Shorthand Writer of Court.— Forfar and Arbroath, Miss Christian J. Bisset. 

Procurators-Fiscal. — Forfar, James Clark ; Dundee, Donald J. Henry. 

Procurators-Fiscal Depute. — Forfar, W. N. Hay; Dundee, C. F. M. Burrell. 

Auditors of Court. — James Petrie, Forfar ; C. J. Bissett and A. J. Findlay, Dundee 
J. M. M'Bain, Arbroath. 

Clerk of Peace. — T. C. Lowson, solicitor, Forfar. 

Clerk to Income Tax Commissioners. — Forfar, W. N. Hay. 



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FARMERS AND OTHERS IN DISTRICT. 



ABERLEMNO. 

Alexander, Mrs & Robert, Woodrae 
Bradford, William, Melgund Bank 
Bruce, David, joiner, Netherton 
Buchan, Andrew, Bog of Pitkennedy 
Butter, William, Balgarrock 
Calder, William, Stoneybriggs 
Carnegie, John, Nether Pitkennedy 
Cattanach, John. , North Mains of Balgavies 
Christie, George J., Woodside 
Cockie, Albert, East & West Framedrum 
Crooks, William, Melgund Lodge 
Doig, James, Cotton of Pitkennedy 
Doig, James, sen. and jun., and William, 

Blaikiemill 
Duff, John, Broomknowe 
Duguid, George, Schoolhouse, Aberlemno 
Edward, I., Netherton of Melgund Smithy 
Easton, George, Tulliwhanland 
Forbes, Lieut. -Col. Robert, D.s.O. , M.c, 

Balglassie 
Forbes, William, Wood of Aldbar 
Grant, David William, Flemington 
Henderson, Chas. W. , Carsegownie Muir 
(Howe, David, Muirside of Melgund 
Inverarity, James, Wandershill 
Jackson, Alex. P., Aldbar Home Farm 
Jarron, Arthur & Annie, Mains of Melgund 
Lamb, Joseph, sen. &jun. ,&Jas. , Balnacake 

and Netherton of Melgund 
Leitch, Alex., Damside 
Lkjuchars, George, Craiksfolds 
Lumsden, Agnes Lowson, Balgavies House 
M'Farlane, Mrs Mary, Turin 
M'Kenzie, Anna, Schoolhouse, Pitkennedy 
Martin, James, Turin Hill 
Meikle, Lawrence S. , Howmuir 
Milne, Wm. M. , Balbinny 
Mitchell, James, Kirkton of Aberlemno 
Muir, James, Station House, Aldbar 
Murray, David, Knowhead 
Nelson, Rev. David, The Manse 
Nicoll, David D., Pitkennedy 
Patrick, John, Bellyhill 



Pattullo, John S. , Blibberhill 

Peace, Peter, Carsegownie 

Potter, David, Fqrdmouth 

Ramsay, John, Cotton of Turin 

Rattray, James, Melgund Burn 

Seaton, John, Balgavies Farm 

Smith, Ralph, Southtown of Melgund 

Smith, Stewart, Blackden 

Stewart, John, Easterton of Melgund 

Thomson, Robt. W. , Mains of Balgavies 

AIRLIE. 

Airlie, Mabel F. E. , Dowager Countess, 

Airlie Castle 
Brown, Andrew, David, & James, Kinalty 
Bruce, Jean S. , district nurse, Baitland 
Buchan, James & Robert W. , Ghenty 
Burnett, James, Craigton Smithy 
Carmichael, J. & J. , Barns & Brae of Airlie 
Clark, Alexander, Cantsmill 
Cox, Trs. , of late Ed., Wester Cardean 
Cuthill, John, Leys of Lindertis 
Dunn, Robert, Muirhouses 
Easson, John, Blackhill 
Edward, Jas., poultry farmer, Fenton Hill 
Findlay, Jessie, sub-postmistress, Craigton 
Findlay, William R., Carlingwell 
Fyfe, James & Ernest, Kinalty Haughs 
Grant, James, Simprim 
Hay, Alex. & Sons, joiners, Craigton 
Hewitt, Rev. Edward T. , The Manse, Airlie 
Jeffrey, Stewart, Mains of Airlie 
Kinnear, John, Grange of Airlie 
Lawson, A. & J., Hillockhead & Lundies 
Leslie, Peter, Fenton Hill 
Mackintosh, A. R. , Home Farm, Lindertis 
M'Farlane, Methven & Patrick, Haughend 
MTntosh, William, Bogside Smithy 
Munro, Sir Thomas T. A., of Lindertis 
Pate, Samuel, Reedie 
Pattullo, Hugh M. , Littleton and Newton 
Pattullo, Mrs Amy and John, Linross 
Pattullo, William A. , Cookston 
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Rattray, George, jun. , Lundies Smithy 
Robertson, George R., Auchendorie 
Robertson, John, Lindertis Gardens 
Robertson, William & James, Braidestone 
Sheriffs, Jas. W. , The Schoolhouse, Airlie 
Sinclair, John G. , Baikie and Bog 
Smith, David N. , joiner, Carlingwell 
Smith, James, Dairsie 
Symons, James, Dryloch 
Taylor, George, constable, Craigton 
Thompson, David, Westhill 
Watson, John M., Wester Cardean 
Wilkie, Reps, of William L. , Powmyre 
Wilson, Lachlan, Braidestone Mill 

CORTACHY and CLOVA. 

Baillie, John, Cortachy Home Farm 

Batchelor, Frank, Mains of Clova 

Bruce, John, Broclas, Glenmoy & Gella 

Cameron, Mrs Jeannie, Post Office, Clova 

Campbell, Jeannie, Schoolhouse, Cortachy 

Campbell, Thos. , Police Station, Dykehead 

Clark, Rev. Alex., The Manse, Cortachy 

Cook, Thos. R. , Ogilvy Arms Hotel, Clova 

Craik, William, Dalmoulin 

Dalgety, Rev. Jas., The Manse, Glenprosen 

Edgar, William, Middlehill and Glenarm 

Fairlie, John M. , Tarriebuckle 

Fearn, Charles H., Eggie 

Ferguson, Alexander H., Old Craig 

Grant, William, Coliamy 

Guild, Robert and William, Clachnabrain 

Harper, James, Newbigging 

Irving, William, factor, Estates Office 

Laing, David, joiner, Dykehead 

Laird, Mrs Isabella, The Nest, Cortachy 

Lindsay, William, jun, West Lednathie 

and Glenuig 
Low, James and Ernest, Braeminzion 
MacLean, Charles A. O. , Balnaboth 
MTntosh, George, Cormuir 
M'Kenzie, Chas. , Royal Jubilee Arms Hotel 
M'Kenzie, James, Glasslet 
Mitchell, Mrs M. , Schoolhouse, Wateresk 
Neill, Jessie, Schoolhouse, Glenprosen 
Ogilvy, Alexander, Wheen 
Ogilvy, Andrew, Rottal 
Ogilvy, John, Glencult and Kinrive 



Robbie, James, Kilburn 

Sandeman, James, blacksmith, Dykehead 

Scott, Rev. Arch. J. D. , The Manse, Clova 

Smith, Robert, Crossbog 

Soutar, John M. , Cullow 

Soutar, Mrs E. & Thos. M., Whitehillocks 

Soutar, Mrs J. & Fred. & Nor., Muirskeith 

Stewart, William, Cormuir [voe 

Stormonth-Darling, J., Lednathie & Doda 

Webster, Mrs E. , The Schoolhouse, Clova 

Whyte, Arch., The Spott 

Whyte, James L. , Braedownie 

Wilson, David, Scobshaugh 

Winter, Reps, of E. & R., Dykehead 

DUNNICHEN. 

Begg, Alex. , joiner, The Den, Letham 
Begg, Richard, engineer, Blair's Road 
Bisset, William, tailor, Blair's Road 
Blackstock, Alex., merchant, The Square 
Brown, David J., motor engineer, Letham 
Caw, Neil and Anne M. , Dunnichen House 
Cochrane, David, South Draffan 
Cochrane, William, Bowriefauld 
Colvin, William W. , Schoolhouse, Craichii 
Cowan, Arch. & John, Burnside of Tulloe: 
Donald, Robert, police constable, Letham 
Drysdale, Robert D. , Mains of Craichie 
Edward, Charles, baker, Letham 
Eaton, Andrew, jun., butcher, Blair's Roaci 
Findlay, John, sen. &jun., Cotton of Lowni« 
Findlay, Stewart, North Draffin 
Fulton, Rev. John, Dunnichen Manse 
Grossert, Reps, of Thos. , Valleyfield Smith 
Hampton, William, baker, Letham 
Hean, Wm. A., spirit merchant, Letham 
Hill, William H. , Overseer, Idvies 
Hutchison, D. D. , Bonnington of Tulloes 
Jackson, John, Craichie Mill 
Japp, George, slater, Letham 
Kerr, John, Greenhillock 
Leighton, Frank, Vinneybank 
Lindsay, James, Post Office, Letham 
Lindsay, Lily, grocer, Letham 
Millar, James, East Mains of Dunnichen 
Milne, George V., hotel keeper, Letham 
Milne, W. S. , Brigton Croft, Bowriefauld 
Mitchell, Alexander H., Upper Tulloes 



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Mitchell, Joseph, poultry dealer, Letham 
Mungall, John, East Mains of Craichie 
Murray, Alex., Station House, Kingsmuir 
Nicol, Arthur, builder, Letham 
Nicoll, William, West Lownie 
Norrie, Thomas A., Nether Tulloes 
Petne, D. B. & Co., butchers, Letham 
Reid, C. , cattle dealer, Letham 
Robertson, Win., merchant, Old Letham 
Scott, William, Clive House, Letham 
Shepherd, David, joiner, Letham 
Smith, Abram T. , Crosston 
Smith, David, West Mains of Dunnichen 
■ Smith, James C, Drum of Dunnichen 
Smith, Joseph, butcher, Square, Letham 
Soppit, David, Hemming street, Letham 
Spence, Robert R. , innkeeper, Craichie 
Strachan, J. V., clothier, Letham 
Taylor, James, carrier, Braehead, Letham 
Taylor, William C. , Newdyke 
Tulloch, Robert, fruit grower, Letham 
Watson, A. & W. , confectioners, Letham 
Watson, J. M. , gardener, Cherryfield 
West, John, Schoolhouse, Letham 
Wishart, James, motor hirer, Dundee st. 

FORFAR. 

Adam, James R. , Balmashanner 
Adam, Robert B. , Ladenford 
Allardice, John, dairyman, Inchgarth 
Allison, William, jun., Mid Dod 
Anderson, Alexander, Southbank 
Birnie, John, grocer, North Whitehills 
Birnie, William, poultry dealer, Wester 

Restenneth 
Breckenridge, Alexander, Craignathro 
Buchan, William, Auchterforfar 
Cairns, James, -Schoolhouse, Lunanhead 
Callander, David, Braedounie, Montrose 

Road 
Carnegy, Lt.-Col. U. E. Carnegy, of Lour 
Cattanach, Charles, Bankhead of Lour 
Chalmers. Eliz. D. , District Nurse, Lour 
Clark, Robert L. , East Mains of Lour 
Cobb, David G. , agric. agent, S. Whitehills 
Dalgety, Andrew B., Caldhame 
Dick, John A., Gowanlea 
Duthie, John, milk salesman, Orchardbank 



Elder, Alfred G. , Harry, & Chas. A. , Garth 

and Lochhead 
Fife, Edmund D. K. , Muirlands, Carseburn 
Fletcher, John & Hugh, Moss-side of Lour 
Fraser, Fred J. , Agatha Bank, Arbroath Rd. 
Garland, Robert, Little Mill 
Gillies-Reyburn, Capt. Donald, Mill Cot- 
tage, Clocksbriggs 
Graham, Robert, Pitreuchie 
Greenhill, John D., Caldhame Bank 
Greenhill, Joseph D. , Lochlands 
Hilton, J. Bruce, fruit grower, West Craig 
Jackson, John, Mill of Lour 
Kinmond, William, Caldhame 
Kirkwood, John & Catherine, Kingston 
Laird, Alex. W., Lealand, Montrose Road 
Laird, David, mason, Gowanbank 
Laird, Harry W. , builder, Old Brechin Rd. 
Laird, John, mason, Gowanbank 
Laird, John L. , Euclid, Montrose Road 
Lamond, Andrew, pig dealer, N. Whitehills 
Lawson, James, Golf House, Cunninghill 
Lindsay, Charles, Restenneth 
Liveston, David G. , grocer, Lunanhead 
Low, MrsGeorgina, Chapel Croft 
M'Laren, Peter, West Caldhame [hills 

Meldrum, D. H. , nurseryman, South White- 
Millar, Mrs Susan, grocer, North Whitehills 
Mitchell, Alex. H., jun., Hillend of Lownie 
Moir, Hugh, Canmore 
Morrison, Messrs, Slatefield 
Murray, Harvey, insurance superintendent, 

Montrose Road 
Newlands, John, Campfield, Carsebarracks 
Nicoll, Alexander F. , North Mains 
Nicoll, David, blacksmith, Kingsmuir 
Nicoll, David, South Mains 
Nicoll, J. M., cattle dealer, North Mains 
Nicoll, W. , ironfounder, South Whitehills 
Oliver, Robert, Comiston, Montrose Road 
Page, William, Orchardbank 
Phillip, David, Halkerton 
Quigley, John, West Carseburn 
Rendell, David & Son, Halkerton 
Richardson, Fred., Myreside 
Ritchie, David, blacksmith, South Whitehills 
Ritchie, James, Hampden, Montrose Road 
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Robertson, William, Woodlands 

Rough, David, Newlands 

Rough, Reps, of Mungo, Loanhead 

Scott, Andrew F. , Westfield 

Sharp, William A. , Meadowgreen 

Small, Helen M., Schoolhouse, Kingsmuir 

Small, James, tea merchant, Gowanbank 

Soutar, Andrew, Suttieside 

Stewart, David E. , Campbelton 

Stewart, Henry, Muirton 

Stirling, John, Glencoe Park 

Strathdee, James, Bunkerhill 

Sturrock, J., grain merch., South Whitehills 

Thomson, A. & R., Turfbeg 

Thomson, William, joiner, Gowanbank 

Todd, David, Burnside Mill 

Watson, Alexander, Oaldhame 

Webster, James A., draper, Ellenbank, 

Montrose Road 
Whitton, Albert, Balfron, South Whitehills 
Wilkie, Alexander, Whitewell 
Wilson, Andrew, East Mains of Carseburn 

GLAMIS. 

Adam, Robert M., Newhouse and Slaughs 
Alexander, Martha, innkeeper, Charleston 
Anderson, George, Glamis 
Anderson, Joseph, Nether Drumgley 
Annand, Mrs, Newton 
Arnot, Pat., Glamis Mains 
Babington, Rev. M., The Manse, Glamis 
Batchelor, Reps, of William, Charleston 
Bennie, Mrs G. , Cotterton of Drumgley 
Bremner, Dr Frederick R., Glamis 
Brown, D. L. & Johnston, W. D. B. , Wester 
Brown, William, Mossend [Denoon 

Bruce, James, Knockenny 
Buchanan, Charles, postmaster, Glamis 
Cameron, J. , coal agent, Plans of Thornton 
Christie, George, Dryburn 
Coventry & Co., drapers, &c. , Glamis 
Cox, M. G. , Easter Denoon & Wedderleys 
Crabbe, Alfred, forester, Glamis 
Duff, Duncan, Claypots, Cossins 
Duncan, David and James, Greenbank 
Fairweather, George, gamekeeper, Glamis 
- Grant, William & Ian, Haughs of Cossins 
Hanton, James, slater, Glamis 



Hunter, John, Newton of Glamis 
Hutchison, James, blacksmith, Glamis 
Jarron, George, Hatton of Ogilvy 
Johnston, Barbara, Woodfaulds, Glamis 
Johnston, Frank, joiner, Glamis 
Johnston, W. G. & W. D. , Little Kilmundy 
Joiner, Alexander, Templebank 
Kerr, David, ironmonger, Glamis 
Lamond, John and David, Wreaths 
Lawson, James, Upper Handwick 
Lawson, James & Peter, Nether Handwick 
Lowden, James, Upper Middleton 
M'Andrew, Allan, Ewnie 
M'Andrew, G., sen. and jun., E. Rochelhill 
M'Andrew, William, Tarbrax 
MTnnes, Donald, The Gardens, Glamis 
Marr, James, police constable, Glamis 
Masterton, William, Lochmill 
Maxwell, David & Son, Upper Drumgley 
Mortimer, James, Nether Airneyfoul 
Mudie, David, Milton of Ogilvy Smithy 
Murdoch, Betsy M., teacher, Milton 
Norrie, James, Lochside 
Paterson, A. & C, bakers, Glamis 
Peters, Mrs Jean, district nurse, Glamis 
Ralston, Gavin, Glamis House 
Reekie, D. & J. , Meikle Kilmundy, Cham 

berwell, and Ryehill 
Rennie, Mrs Jane, Charlotte, James, and 

John, Hotel, Glamis 
Rennie, Robert, Nether Middleton 
Robertson, Reps, of W. , farmer, Berry- 
Scott, Jas. B. , Schoolhouse, Glamis [hillock 
Simpson, Charles, Cossins 
Smith, John M. , Meikle Cossins 
Strathmore, Rt. Hon. Earl of, Glamis Castle 
Steel, Robert, Royal Bank House, Glamis 
Stewart, Alex. M. , stationmaster, Glamis 
Stewart, William, Holemill 
Suttie, A. & G. , coal merchants, Glamis 
Thomson, Edwin, joiner, Glamis 
Thomson & Johnston, builders, Glamis 
Tosh, Andrew, Wester Rochelhill 
Tosh, David, haulage contractor, Glamis 
Wallace, James, Milton Mill 
Waterston, D. , Architect, Glamis 
Whyte, James, Hayston Cottage 
Whyte, James L. , Hayston 



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GUTHRIE. 

Adam, Fred. W. , Milton of Guthrie 

Alexander, W. , Millfield of Guthrie 

Burnet, G. , blacksmith, Kirkton of Guthrie 

Cameron, Hugh, Glasterlaw 

Cant, William, joiner, Cotton of Guthrie 

Donald, Alexander, East Mains of Guthrie 

Dryden, Alex. McD. , Lochside of Turin 

Dryden, George G. , Bents of Turin 

Fenton, Ernest, Pickerton 

Gray, Alex., Rockhead 

Guthrie, Colonel Ivan D. , of Guthrie 

Hill, Alexander, Langlands 

Martin, Alex., sen. & jun., Heughhead of 

Guthrie 
Mollison, Charles, Greens of Gardyne 
Ogilvie, David, Broadfaulds 
Ramsay, J., overseer, East Lodge, Guthrie 
Robertson, David M., Hilton of Guthrie 
Robertson, Ian, Newton of Guthrie 
Scrimgeour, Alex. , Dubton of Turin 
Scrimgeour, William, Mosstonmuir 
Simpson, William, Cross Roads of Turin 
Strachan, Wm., Poultry Farm, Furze Acre 
Strathmore Salvage Co. , Greens of Gardyne 
Thomson, J. L. , The Schoolhouse, Guthrie 
Wallace, Rev. Wm. , The Manse, Guthrie 
Watson, Alex., Agnes & Mary, Home Farm 

INVERARITY. 

Alexander, George, East Cotton 

Anderson, David, blacksmith, Gateside 

Anderson, David, joiner, Gateside 

Annand, William, Kincreich 

Baxter, Mrs Isobel, Kincaldrum 

Beverley, George, Knellock 

Birse, George, Cotton of Ovenstone 

Black, James K., Newlands, Kirkbuddo 

Black, Rev. W. K., The Manse, Inverarity 

Bruce, Robert, Taylor's Leys and Smiddy- 

Buist, William, North Bottymire [hill 

Bunch, Robert, East Tarbrax 

Cargill, William, East Grange, Kincaldrum 

Carnegie, William & James, Carrot 

Carnegie, W. , jun. , Hatton of Fothringham 

Chalmers, James, Tarbrax 

Christie, John, Washingdales 

Clark, John & Jas. F., Newton, Kirkbuddo 



Cook, Duncan, South Happas 
Cooper, Thomas L. , Govals 
Davie, Allan, East Happas 
Dewar, Mrs Elsie, Schoolhouse, Kirkbuddo 
Dorward, Thos. P., Schoolhouse, Inverarity 
Douglas, Charles, Labothy 
Elder, E. , A. G. , H. , & C. A. , Tarbrax 
Ewart, Andrew, Little Lour 
Fairvveather, D. , West Mains of Kincaldrum 
Farquharson, Frank, Grangemill 
Findlay, Alfred, Cotton of Ovenstone 
Fothringham, Thos. Steuart, Fothringham 
Gleig, S. & W. , blacksmiths, Hatton 
Grant, Reps, of Peter, Ovenstone 
Grossett, Alex. A. I. , Fothringham 
Herron, William, Ward, Kirkbuddo 
Irons, James, postmaster, Gateside 
Jackson, Major George, Kirkbuddo House 
Jackson, John, blacksmith, Invereighty 
Johnston, Thomas, Mains of Kirkbuddo 
Joiner, Reps, of David, Gallowfauld 
Jolly, John, East & West Moss-side, Kirk- 
buddo 
Keillor, John, South Tarbrax 
Laird, A. , J. , & G. , Bankhead of Kirkbuddo 
M'Ewan, James, Drowndubs 
MTntosh, Alex. & Rich., South Bottymire 
M'Nicoll, Walter, Petterden 
Matthewson, J., stationmaster, Kirkbuddo 
Millar, Archibald J., Kincreich Mill 
Miller, Reps, of Edward S. , North Happas 
Nicol, David, Kemphills, Kirkbuddo 
Nicoll, James, Burnside of Kirkbuddo 
Salmond, David, Knowhead of Kincaldrum 
Scott, James & William, Bonnyton 
Sharpe, Joseph, gamekeeper, Fothringham 
Sharpe, Wm. D. & Wm. H. B., Keirton 
Smart, David, Muirside 
Smeaton, James, West Mains of Happas 
Smith, James, Muiryfaulds 
Smith, William, Whitebrae, Kirkbuddo 
Spence, Alexander and David, Bractullo 
Steven, James, Seggieden 
Steven, John M., Wester Meathie 
Sturrock, Alexander, joiner, Whig street 
Sturrock, Joseph B., grocer, Whig Street 
Sturrock, W. J. , The Smithy, Whig Street 
Syme, Colin George, Mill of Inverarity 



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Todd, William, New Grange 
Warden. David E. L. , Easter Weathie 
Warden, J. &W., Rosekinghall, Kirkbuddo 
Watson, Andrew, Cotton of Ovenstone 
Young, Thomas, Newton of Balgersho 

KINNETTLES. 

Abel, Robert, Police Station, Invereighty 
Allardice, D. N. , Tarwhappie 
Archie, Alex. R. , South Leckaway 
Auchmuty, G. & J., Home Farm, Brigton 
Baxter, Lieut. -Col. George Lewis, Inver- 
eighty House 
Ballantine, Wm. , gardener, Kinnettles 
Donald, Rev. Maunsell, Manse, Kinnettles 
Fyfe, John & Son, Kinnettles Mill 
Gellatly, Peter, North Mains of Kinnettles 
Gray, J., Spitalburn 
Hay, Thomas, Mains of Brigton 
Hope, James, Mains of Kinnettles 
Hope, Robert H. K., Mains of Foffarty 
Hope, Sir Harry, Bart., of Kinnettles 
Ogilvie, John, Scroggerfield 
Pattullo, Messrs, Mid Ingleston, &c. 
Ramsay, G. & D. , Mains of Invereighty 
Robbie, John & Stewart, Wester Foffarty 
Shiells, James, blacksmith, Douglastown 
Smith, David, Mill of Invereighty 
Thornes-Roberts, J. W. B. , Brigton House 
Thorn, James, Schoolhouse, Kinnettles 

KIRRIEMUIR. 

Adam, George, Dragon hall 

Adam, William, Causewayend Smithy 

Anderson, Trs. of John, Redford 

Angus Fruit Growers Ltd. , W. Herdhill 

Bennett, Benjamin, Redwell 

Bentlay, Wm. E. , Lisdonbank, West Muir 

Ballantyne, James, Culhawk 

Baxter, Norman, Crieff 

Birse, John M. , Plovermuir 

Bishop, William and David, Fletcherfield, 

Balmuckety, and Rosewell 
Brown, Alexander, Wester Balloch 
Brown, David L., Overbow 
Brown, James, Easter Balloch 
Bruce, Peter, Easter Kinwhirries 
Cant, Robert, Inverquharity 



Earmichael, Trs. of late T. , Little Herdhill 

Carstairs, John, West Inch 

Christie, George, Shielhill 

Cook, James & Charles, Ladywell 

Couper, Andrew, Mains of Glasswell 

Cowpar, Trs. for Mrs, Over Migvie 

Craik, Charles, Carroch 

Crowe, William, Moss-side of Ballinshoe 

Dickson, John & William R. , Balnagarrow 

Doig, Thomas, Schoolhouse, Padanaram 

Ewart, Andrew, Kilnhill 

Farquharson, John, Kintyrie 

Findlay, William R. , Auchlishie 

Fleming, James, blacksmith, Ballinshoe 

Gair, William, East Muirhead of Logie 

Grant, David, Wester Logie 

Grant, James, Newmill and Meams 

Hood, David, Pathhead 

Jamieson, Mrs, Schoolhouse, Carroch 

Lackie, William, Herdhillmuir 

Lamond, William, Wester Kinwhirries 

Lawson, Messrs, Hillhead 

Lindsay, Thomas, Wellbank 

Lunan, Henry, Bogside 

Lyell, Jean Maria, Logie 

Lyell, The Rt. Hon. Lord, of Kinnordy 

Lyon, Edmund, Inverquharity 

M'Intosh, Messrs, Garlowbank 

M'Intosh, William, Knowehead 

M'Kay, James and Arthur, Prosenhaugh 

M'Laren, David, Reisk 

M'Pherson, James, Nether Drumshade 

Maxwell, David and George, Ballindarg 

Meffan, Jas. , motor bus proprietor, Parkend 

Meffan, William, Parkend 

Milne, John R., Pluckerstone 

Milne, Robert, North Mains of Logie 

Milne, Sydney, Herdhill 

Milne, Wm., Newbigging of Logie 

Mitchell, Andrew, Haugh of Ballinshoe and 

Nether Migvie 
Mitchell, James, Dameye 
Mitchell, W. M. , Woodhead of Ballinshoe 
Nicoll, Margaret and Jessie, Viewfield 
Pattullo, John, Sandyford 
Rattray, William, Westbog 
Reioch, John & Mrs Janet, Denmill 
Robbie, Andrew, Netherbow 



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Rough, George, jun., Whitelums 

Rough, William, Longbank 

Scott, James, Woodside, Kinnordy 

Small, David, Balstard 

Small, James & John, East Inch 

Soutar, Wm. D. , poultry farmer, West 

Muir 
Steedman, Geo., Schoolhouse, Roundyhill 
Steele, David, Mosside of Ballinshoe 
Stephen, Chas. , Garlowbank Smithy 
Sutherland, James McRitch, Northmuir 
Walker, David, Barnsdale 
Walker, James, Moss-side of Ballinshoe 
Walker, William G. , Muirhouses 
Weighton, Edward, Caldhame 
West, George, Chapelton 
Wilkie, David C., Drumshade 
Wishart, Mrs, Burnside of Ballindarg 
Wylie, Trs. of Charles L. , Balbrydie 
Wylie, William, Drumclune and Lochside 
Young, Henry T. , The Cairn 

OATHLAW. 

Arbuthnott, Hon. Norah G. , Cairnhill 

Batchelor, Mrs Isabel R. , Milton of Finavon 

Brown, Wiliam, gardener, Finavon 

Bruce, James, Kennels, Oathlaw 

Campbell, Peter, Woodside, Finavon 

Carnegy, R. S. L. , Schoolhouse, Oathlaw 

Cranston, George, Finavon 

Crichton, William, Parkford 

Cunningham, William D. , Bogindollo 

Drummond, Mrs Louisa Olive, Eskhill 

Duncan, William M., Battledykes 

Findlay, James, Bogardo 

Findlay, Wm. W. , West Mains of Finavon 

Gardyne, Lt.-Col. A. D. G. , Finavon Castle 

Gardyne, Mary B. G. , Forester's Cottage 

Gibson, George, Finavon Tollhouse 

Hay, John, Finavon 

Kerr, David E. , Bourtreebush 

Kerr, Dr Andrew and Mrs Eliza, Newbarns 

Lindsay, James, Woodside 

Miller, James, joiner, Finavon Mill 

Milne, Gordon, Couttston 

Mudie, Charles D. , Clatterha Smithy 

Murdie, William, Birkenbush 

Murison, James and Herbert, Meadows 



Murray, James, Wester Ordie 
Paterson, James, Easter Oathlaw 
Robertson, Mrs, Blairyfeddon 
Stewart, Norman G. and Jean, Eskhill 
Taylor, James N., forester, Oathlaw 
Whitton, David, Wester Oathlaw 
Wilkie, William, Wolflaw 

RESCOBIE. 

Alexander, W. , jun., Burnside Home Farm 
Allardice, Joseph, West Mains of Turin 
Angus Fruit Farms Ltd., Baldardo 
Beattie, Wm., blacksmith, Ward of Turin 
Brown, Alice, Schoolhouse, Rescobie 
Bruce, John, East Mains of Burnside. 
Clark, David, North Quilkoe 
Cochrane, James, Greenhead 
Cuthbert, Louis K., Lochside 
Dakers, John, Hagmuir 
Ellis, James, Ward of Turin 
Ewen, John T. , of Pitscandly 
Findlay, Walter R. , Mains of Balmadies 

and Trumperton 
Gray-Cheape, Mrs Carsina, of Carsegray 
Gray, Alexander, East Milldens 
Henderson, James, Hatton of Carse 
Inverarity, J. & J., Chapelton of Ochterlony 
Jamieson, Exrs. of late J. M., of Reswallie 

and Turin 
Jamieson, Mrs, Reswallie 
Lamond, Robert S. , Clochtow 
Lister, William, Ward of Turin 
M'Nicoll, George, Forester Seat 
Mackie, David F., Quilkoe 
Mackie, Mrs Mary, Drimmie 
Mackie, Thomas, Clocksbriggs 
Maitland, Lieut. -Col. G. R., of Burnside 
Mitchell, David, Myrestone 
Murdie, William, Baggerton 
Nicoll, William S., Wemyss 
Niven, Jemima M. & Frank, Carsebank 
Orr, Mrs Christina, Wardmill 
Pearson, Mrs and Barclay A. , of Balmadies 
Philip, Alexander, Reswallie Mains 
Robertson, James M'N., Fonah 
Simpson, Trs. of late J., Newmill, Balgavies 
Taylor, Leslie, Heatherstacks 
Watson, George, Finneston 



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Wilkie, Stewart, Pitscandly 

Wilson, James, blacksmith, Blackgate 

Young, David, Nethermuir 

TANNADICE. 

Aitken, J. H. & G. , Auchleuchrie 

Anderson, David & William, Drumnechie 

Anderson, Reps, of Wm., Milton of Ogil 

Arbuckle, Peter, Derachie and Denside 

Arnott, John, Coull Mains 

Baird, Edward M. , Noranbank 

Baxter, Norman, Strone 

Bruce, Robert, Auchleish and Knockhill 

Caird, Mrs, Post Office, Tannadice 

Christie, Alexander, Cossacks 

Christie, David, Midtown, Glenquiech 

Christie, George, Corrie 

Christie, James, Mill of Marcus 

Cleland, James, Schoolhouse, Tannadice 

Craig, Rev. J. M. , The Manse, Memus 

Craik, George, Registrar, Tannadice 

Currie, Joseph, sen. andjun., Boghaugh 

Dair, Henry, Annagathall 

Doig, James, Chance Inn, Denside 

Doig, James, Buckies 

Duncan, Murray, Burnside Smithy 

Fairlie, Stormont W. , Easter Marcus 

Fearn, Robert, jun., Kinalty and Balloch 

Ferguson, Peter, stationmaster, Tannadice 

Ferrier, Mrs Maria, Justinhaugh Hotel 

Findlay, Charles, Murthill Mains 

Forres, Right Hon. Lord, of Glenogil 

Gordon, Mrs Helen, Tannadice 

Grant, Mrs I. & R. , West Mains of Whitewell 

Harper, George, Elly 

Hay, Thomas, Meikle Coull 

Henderson, William C. , Hillside 

How, David P., Newmill of Craigeassie 

Hunter, Trs. of late James, Easter Balgillo 

Irons, Alexander, East Mains of Whitewell 

Lindsay, John, Whiteburn 

Lowden, James, coal merchant, Tannadice 

Lunan, William, tailor, Tannadice 

Lyon, George, of Glenogil 

M'Caig & Goodchild, Foreside of Cairn 

M'Farlane, S., The Smithy, Tannadice and 

Howmuir 
M'Laren, J., D., & Evelyn, Wester Balgillo 



M'Leod, F., stationmaster, Justinhaugh 

M'Murray, Rev. J., The Manse, Tannadice 

M'Nicoll, James & James F. , Craigies 

M'Nicoll, James, Barnyards 

Maclagan, Major-Gen. E. G. S., Glenquiech 

Maitland, Hon. Mrs Edith, Wellbank 

Middleton, William, Baikies 

Millar, David, Newmill of Inshewan 

Milne, Stewart, Hunchar 

Milne, William, Dykend and Redstane 

Murray, John & Fred., West Memus 

Neish, Major Colin, Tannadyce House 

Ogilvy, John D. B. , Inshewan 

Ogilvy, William, Burnside of Inshewan 

Porter, Alex. Gordon, Turfachie 

Powrie, William R., Goynd 

Ramsay, George, jun., Mains of Ogil 

Rattray, William, Miltonbank 

Robbie, Reps, of David, Easter Memus 

Robbie, John, cattledealer, Finavon 

Robertson, Alex. J., Schoolhouse, Memus • 

Shaw, William, North Roundyhillock 

Shepherd, Alice May, East Murthill 

Simpson, William, constable, Tannadice 

Smart, Albert, Shielgreen 

Smart, Reps, of James, Horniehaugh 

Smart, Mrs Barbara D. , Easter Ogil 

Stephen, William, Smithy, Coul 

Stewart, Alexander, Cairn 

Stewart, Charles, Sturt 

Stewart, James C, Mill of Tannadice 

Stewart, Reps, of J. & W. , Newton of 

Inshewan 
Stewart, William, Soutra 
Stirton, Thomas, jun., Bogside 
Stourton, Mrs Ethel M., Marcus 
Taylor, Robert, Red Lion Hotel, Finavon 
Thomson, Helen, Schoolhouse, Denside 
Thomson, William, Nether Balgillo and 

Tobees 
Tindal, David, Easter Marcus 
Turnbull, Oliver, Baldoukie 
Walker, James, Howmuir of Marcus 
Watt, Andrew M. , merchant, Cross Roads, 

Denside 
Whyte, Arch., Glenmoy 
Will, Charles, joiner, Coull 
Winter, Isabella Jane, Smithfield, Memus 



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LIST OF PUBLIC BOARDS, CLUBS, 
SOCIETIES, &c. 



Population in 1931 — 9,660. 
Constituency — Voters on Register (including Absent Voters), 6,791. 
Parliamentary Representative — Colonel Kerr. 
Valuation ( Lands and Heritages, ... ... .. ... ^90,690 6 8 

for 1938-1939 ( Railways in Burgh, ... ... ... ... 1,253 o o 

MAGISTRATES and TOWN COUNCIL. 

The Council meets in the Town Hall on the third Wednesday of each month, at 6-30 
p.m. Special Meetings are also held from time to time to dispose of urgent business. 

Col. Lionel E. Hill, Provost ; Thomas G. Barry, First Bailie ; Andrew C. Smyth, 
Second Bailie ; Miss Jean Hanick, Third Bailie ; Thomas Elder, Hon. Treasurer. 
Councillors — Mrs Mabel Allardice, Arthur W. Barclay, Rev. David M. Bell, James N. 
Graham, Thomas Guthrie, Samuel R. Irvine, Albert M. Lowson, David M'Lean, Captain 
The Hon. Bruce Ogilvy, David Smyth. 

Officials. 

Wm. Whyte, Town Clerk; James R. Donald, Town Clerk Depute; Frank B. Craik, 
Town Chamberlain, Collector of Rates and Gas Accounts; Charles Stewart, Dundee, 
Auditor; Jas. Thomson, Sanitary Inspector; Alex. C. Millar, Burgh Surveyor, Architect, 
and Water Engineer; Henry B. Skea, Gas Manager; J. Ewen Cable, Medical Officer of 
Health ; T. M. Inglis, v.s. under Public Health Act and Diseases of Animals Acts, and 
Examiner under Milk and Dairies Act, 1922; George Langlands, Captain of Fire Brigade; 
Wm. A. Bertram, Inspector of Weights and Measures ; David Machray, Town's Factor ; 
John T. Alexander, Bellringer ; John Adamson, Caretaker of Town Hall and Municipal 
Buildings; Wm. Machan, Reid Park Keeper; E. H. Lee, Cemetery Superintendent; 
James M. Millar, Burgh Officer and Keeper of Reid Hall ; Andrew Caird, Keeper of 

Free Library Buildings ; Charles Lowson, Boyle Park Keeper ; , Bathsmaster. 

Committees, &c. 

Finance a?id Law — Provost Hill, Bailies Barry and Smyth, Messrs Guthrie, Lowson, 
Smyth, Treasurer Elder (Convener). 

Property a?id Reid Hall — Provost Hill, Bailie Barry, Treasurer Elder, Messrs Bell, 
Guthrie, Irvine, Barclay (Convener). 

Works and Streets — Provost Hill, Bailie Smyth and Hanick, Messrs Graham, Lowson, 
M'Lean, Bailie Barry (Convener). 

Housing and Plans — Bailie Hanick, Messrs Barclay, Bell, Lowson, M'Lean, Smyth 
Provost Hill (Convener). 

Water — Provost Hill, Bailie Barry, Treasurer Elder, Messrs Guthrie, Lowson, Captain 
Ogilvy, Mr Irvine (Convener). 

Air Paid Pi-ecautions — Provost Hill, Bailie Smyth, Mrs Allardice, Messrs Barclay, 
Lowson, Captain Ogilvy, Mr Irvine (Convener). 

Parks [Reid, Steele, Boyle), Greens, and Cemetery— Provost Hill, Bailie Hanick, Mrs 
Allardice, Messrs Irvine, M'Lean, Captain Ogilvy, Mr Smyth (Convener). 

Public Health— Provost Hill, Bailie Smyth, Mrs Allardice, Messrs Barclay, Bell, 
Guthrie, Lowson (Convener). 

Cleansing, Skambles, and Fire Brigade — Provost Hill, Treasurer Elder, Messrs Barclay, 
Graham, Irvine, Smyth, Guthrie (Convener). 

Gas and Lighting — Provost Hill, Treasurer Elder, Mrs Allardice, Messrs Graham, 
Lowson, Smyth, Bailie Smyth (Convener). 

' Old Age Pensions — Whole Council. Sub-Committee — Provost Hill, Bailie Hanick, 
and Treasurer Elder. 

Baths — Provost Hill, Bailie Smyth, Messrs Bell, Lowson, M'Lean, Captain Ogilvy, 
Mrs Allardice (Convener). 

Assessment Appeals — Provost Hill, Bailies Barry and Smyth, Mr Guthrie, Treasurer 
Elder (Convener). 



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Representatives to Angus County Cowicil — Provost Hill, Bailies Barry, Smyth, and 
Hanick, Messrs Guthrie, Lowson, and Smyth. 
Burgh Licensing Court — The Magistrates, Provost Hill (Chairman). 
Members to Licensing Appeal Court — Provost Hill and Bailie Barry. 
Representatives to Instrumental and Pipe Bands — Bailie Smyth and Mrs Allardice. 

Representatives for 

Prison Committees — Forfar Legalised Cells, Bailie Hanick and Councillor Smyth 

,, — Perth, ... ... ... ... Ex-Provost Graham 

Under Sheriff Court Houses Act, ... ... ... ... Bailie Barry 

Rossie Reformatory, ... ... ... ... Provost Hill and Councillor Guthrie 

Morgan Trust, . ... ... ... Councillor Mrs Allardice (till 1/8/39) 

Forfar Educational Trust, ... ... Ex-Provost Graham and Councillor Guthrie 

BURGH FUNDS and LIABILITIES. 



Assets. 
Common Good ... ... .£31,475 

Reid Park and Reid Properties 3,960 
Public Health, Sewage Works, 

and Orchardbank ... 18,050 

Water Works ... ... 41,730 

Gas Works ... ... 27,709 

Baths, ... ... ... 7,974 



Liabilities. 
Common Good ... ... £17,096 

Police, Roads, Str'ts, Cleansing 4,766 
Public Health ... ... 15.195 

Waterworks ... ... 41,655 

Gas Works ... ... 19,150 



Amount in Sinking Funds, 721 18 6 



CHARITY MORTIFICATIONS. 

Charity Mortifications under the administration of the Magistrates and Town Council of 
Forfar and others, per the Town Clerk. Funds at 15th May 1938: — 

Dr Wyllie's Bequest — Capital, £3536, 14s 6d. Interest expended in charity during 
year £80. On hand and in Bank, £23, 8s 3d. 

Provost Potter's Bequest of £1000. — Interest &c, expended on coals for the poor, in 
terms of the Bequest, £102, 17s 6d. 

Bailie Brown s Bequest of £100. 

Dr Smith' s Charity — Capital, £1135. 

Mr John Melviu's Bequest — Capital, £1000. Expended, £16, 10s. On hand and in 
Bank, £38, 12s 4d. 

Elder- Anderson Charity — Capital, £1000. Expended, £56, 17s. 

Mr John A. Grant's Charity — Capital, £1000. 

SHERIFF COURT. 

Ordinary Court — Every Thursday at 11 a.m. Small Debt Court — Every Thursday at 
11 a.m. James A. R. MacKinnon, Sheriff Substitute. James Clark, Procurator-Fiscal. 
James Petrie, Sheriff Clerk Depute and Auditor of Court. J. S. Gordon, Dr N. J. Sinclair, 
and R. H. Anderson, Honorary Sheriff-Substitutes. 

POLICE COURT. 

Held every lawful day when there is business. Judges — The Provost and Magistrates. 
William Whyte, Clerk and Assessor. James R. Donald, Depute Clerk and Assessor. Jas. 
Thomson, Burgh Prosecutor. 

BURGH COURT. 

Held as occasion requires. Provost and Magistrates, Judges. Jas. Thomson, Pro- 
secutor under Licensing Act, &c. William Whyte, Town Clerk, Clerk and Assessor. 
James R. Donald, Depute Clerk and Assessor. 

BURGH LICENSING COURT. 

For the renewal or granting of Hotel, Public-House, and Grocers' Liquor Certificates. 
Held by the Magistrates on 2nd Tuesday of April and 3rd Tuesday of October. 

VALUATION APPEAL COURT. 

Held by the Valuation Committee of the Angus County Counci on a date between 10th 
and 19th September. 



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FORFAR JUSTICES OF PEACE. 

James A. R. MacKinnon, Sheriff-Substitute at Forfar, John S. Whyte, T. M. Inglis, 
John Killacky, David Maxwell, R. H. Anderson, J. N. Graham, Dr Norman J. Sinclair, 
John M. Robertson, James Black, Major Carnegy of Lour, Mrs I. S. Murray, John S. 
Gordon, John T. Ewen, Sir Harry Hope, Colonel G. R. Maitland, John R. Taylor, 
Archibald Whyte, Thomas Guthrie, Miss Jean Hanick, James Petrie, John A. Smith, 
Mrs Agnes Whyte. Clerk of the Peace — T. C. Lowson, Solicitor, Forfar. 

REGISTRAR'S OFFICE. 

Public Assistance Office, Newmonthill. Open daily from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Monday 
and Friday from 5 to 7 p.m.; Saturday, from 10 a.m. to 12 Noon. Births must be 
registered within 21 days, marriages 3 days, and deaths 8 days. Children must be 
vaccinated within 6 months after birth. Notice of marriage to be given to the Registrar 
under Marriage Notice Act, Eight clear days before marriage. Registrar — R. T. Rodger. 
Dwelling House — Glencairn, Taylor Street. 

COUNTY COUNCIL OF ANGUS EDUCATION COMMITTEE. 

Meets in Town Hall on first Wednesday of each month at 10-30 p.m. 

Members. — Rev. G. Hitchcock, Chairman; Rev. G. Adam, Earl of Airlie, G. Annand, 
J. Birse, J. Carson, Colonel Carnegy, Rev. Dr Clark, Miss M. Craigie, J. M. Dunn, 
Miss I. Fettes, Rev. R. K. Goodfellow, A. A. Gibson, Colonel Guthrie, Rev. J. Heggie, 
Sir Harry Hope, A. King, Mrs Kinnear, D. Littlejohn, Rev. J. Matthews, D. B. MacKay, 
R. W. L. M'Caig, A. M'Callum, D. M'Nicoll, J. Millar, H. G. Mitchell, Rev. A. Monro, 
F. C. Murray, J. D. Ross, W. J. Ross, A. Ruxton, W. Scott, A. C. Smyth, D. Smyth, 
W. L. Spalding, W. W. Tyndall, J. S. Watt, and Wm. Wilson. 

P?-ituipal Officials of Education Authority. 

Clerk and Treasurer — J. Eadie, Broomfield, Forfar. 

Master of Works — James M'Gregor, 31 Glover Street, Arbroath. 

School Medical Officer — Dr N. J. Sinclair, Laurel Bank, Forfar. 

FORFAR SCHOOL MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE. 

Clerk — T. C. Lowson, 36a Castle Street, Forfar. 

Schools — Forfar Academy (Primary Department, South School), Forfar East, West, 
North, Lunanhead, and Kingsmuir. 

Represen tatives. 

From Educatwi Committee — Lt.-Col. U. E. C. Carnegy of Lour; Mrs E. S. Kinnear, 
Rowanbrae ; Bailie A. C. Smyth, Kirklandbank ; David Smyth, Kirklandbank. 

Parents (Primary Schools) — W. C. Esplin, Dunira, Lunanhead ; Mrs J. H. Melville, 
Balgillo, Lour Road. 

Parents (Secondary School) — J. F. Fleming, solicitor. 

Teachers. — Dr J. T. Allardice, Academy; Miss H. Small, Kingsmuir School ; William 
S. Wilson, North and East Schools. 

Town Council. — James N. Graham, Ravenswood. 

District Councillor — Andrew B. Dalgety, Caldhame. 

Meetings are held on the fourth Tuesday of each month. 

GLAMIS-RESCOBIE SCHOOL MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE. 

Clerk — T. C. Lowson, 36a Castle Street, Forfar. 

Schools — Rescobie, Kinnettles, Inverarity, Kirkbuddo, Glamis, and Glenogilvy. 

Representatives. 

Prom Education Committee — Lt.-Col. U. E. C. Carnegy, of Lour ; Sir Harry Hope, of 
Kinnettles ; Mrs E. S. Kinnear, Rowanbrae ; Bailie A. C. Smyth, Kirklandbank. 

Parents — Rescobie, L. K. Cuthbert, Lochside Cottage, Rescobie; Kinnettles, Peter 

Gellatly, North Mains of Kinnettles ; Inverarity,— ; Glamis, Rev. M. Babington, The 

Manse, Glamis. 

Teachers — Miss Alice Brown, Rescobie ; Jas. Thorn, Kinnettles. 

District Councillors — Rescobie, James Henderson, Hatton of Carse ; Kinnettles, David 
Ramsay, Mains of Invereighty ; Inverarity, Thomas Johnston, Mains of Kirkbuddo; 
Glamis, George Anderson, Glamis. 

Meetings are held on the first Fridays of February, May, August, and November. 



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PRINCIPAL TEACHERS IN FORFAR SCHOOLS. 

Forfar Academy — (a) Secondary Department — Dr I. T. Allardice, Rector; Andrew P. 
Fairlie, Principal Teacher of English ; J. B.Rodger, Principal Teacher of Science; Fred. 
Mann, Principal Teacher of Classics ; Stanley Edward, Principal Teacher of French 
and German ; Mary D. Easton, Principal Teacher of Mathematics ; Richard W. West, 
Principal Teacher of Art ; Alan D. Murray, Manual Instructor ; W. D. Bernard, Teacher 
of Music ; Geo. Rutherford, Physical Instructor ; Margt. A. Tannahill, Physical Instruc- 
tress ; Dora M. Cable, Teacher of Domestic Science ; Elizabeth R. Dickson, Teacher of 
Needlework; Mrs Lambert, Tea'cher of Commercial Subjects; James Crofts, Janitor; 
Albert Whitton, Attendance Officer. 

Forfar Academy — (b) Primary Department — South School. — Fred. D. R. McLaren. 

North and East Schools — Wm. S. Wilson, Headmaster. 
West School. — Ronald Macdonald, Headmaster. 

ANGUS EDUCATIONAL TRUST. 

Sir Harry Hope, Kinnettles, Forfar (Chairman); Dr J. T. Allardice, Forfar; George 
Annand, Alyth ; James Bruce, Kirriemuir ; Sir W. Chapel, Arbroath ; Rev. Dr. I. M. 
Clark, Brechin ; Rev. G. Adam, Edzell ; D. Drysdale, Arbroath ; J. N. Graham, Forfar ; 
Rev. G. Hitchcock, Arbroath; R. W. L. McCaig, Forfar; H. G. Mitchell, Brechin; 
Rev. A. Monro, Brechin; Rev. J. S. Robertson, Montrose; W. W. Tyndall, Monifieth ; 
James S. Watt, Montrose. 

Members of Forfar District Committee — Sir Harry Hope, R. W. L. McCaig, James N. 
Graham, Dr J. T. Allardice, W. S. Inverarity, David Smyth, Rev. M. Babington, Glamis ; 
John R. Taylor, W. S. Wilson ; Rev. D. M. Bell. 

Interim Clerk — J. Eadie, County Buildings, Forfar. 

Objects of Trust — The powers of the Trust include inter alia (i) the granting of post- 
school Bursaries ; (2) the granting of assistance to young persons to gain experience of 
trades or professions ; (3) assistance in connection with school concerts and outings ; (4) 
travel scholarships for educational purposes ; (5) assistance towards promotion of physical 
training and well-being ; (6) provision for special equipment for schools not normally pro- 
vided by the Education Committee. The Governing Body have delegated to District Com- 
mittees the granting of awards in terms of the Scheme and the Approved Plan. 
PUBLIC LIBRARY. 

Lending Department for Adults open daily, 10 to 2 and 6 to 8, except Thursday, 10 a.m. 
to 1 p.m. Juvenile Department — Tuesdays and Fridays, 5 to 6 p.m. 

Committee from Comicil — Provost Hill, Convener; Bailies Smyth and Hanick, Treasurer 
Elder, Councillors Barclay, Bell, Graham, Irvine, Captain Ogilvy, Mr Smyth. 

From Householders — W. Spark, Vice-Convener ; Mrs Barry, Dr James T. Allardice, 
P. A. Conacher, Alex. Johnston, Sheriff MacKinnon, A. M'Phee, John Niven, Jas. Thom- 
son, Wm. Whyte. A. J. Wetherall, Librarian. 

FORFAR MUSEUM— MEFFAN INSTITUTE. 

Open daily to the public. Wm. Spark, Curator. A. Caird, 39 Albert Street, Keeper. 
READING ROOM. 

Meffan Institute Reading Room. — Open daily from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. 

FORFAR SAVINGS BANK (amalgamated with Dundee Savings Bank). 

Established 1853. Office, 60 Castle Street. Telephone No. 307. Hours of Business — 
Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, from 10 a.m. to 12-45 P- m - ar >d 1-30 p.m. to 3 p.m.; 
Wednesdays and Fridays, from 10 a.m. to 12-45 P-m.; 1-30 to 3 p.m.; and 6 to 8 p.m.; 
Saturdays, 10 a.m. to 12 Noon. Receives deposits of one shilling and upwards to ^'500 
in any one year. No limit to total amount. H. M'C. Johnstone, Actuary. 

Representatives to Dundee Savings Bank — J. M. Robertson, Dr Sinclair, Jas. Thomson. 
BANK OFFICES. 
Bank of Scotland ... ... Charles W. Moir, Agent ; R. Morrison, Accountant 

Royal Bank of Scotland, ... John A. Smith, Agent; W. L. Hunter, Accountant 

British Linen Bank J. S. Gordon & J. D. Hardie, Jt. Agents; C. R. Winter, Accountant 
Commercial Bank of Scotland Ltd. J. B. Cameron, Agent ; T. T. Allan, Accountant 

National Bank of Scotland Ltd. Samuel McGill, Agent ; Geo. Adams, Accountant 

Union Bank of Scotland Ltd. ... W. L. Hourie, Agent; C. Halliday, Accountant 

Clydesdale Bank Ltd. MacHardy, Alexander, & Whyte, Agents ; H. C. Carver, Sub-Agent 
North of Scotland Bank Ltd. .. ... W. Nairn Hay and D. Bissett, Joint Agents 



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FORFAR DISTRICT JOINT PUBLIC ASSISTANCE COMMITTEE. 

District Councillors— Andrew B. Dalgety, Caldhame ; James Henderson, Hatton of 
Carse ; Wm M. Milne, Balbinny ; Ian Robertson, Newton of Guthrie ; George Anderson, 
Glamis , W. Patrick Whyte, Hatton of Eassie ; James C. Smith, Drum of Dunnichen ; 
Kenneth C. Duthie, Frioekheim ; David Ramsay, Mains of Invereighty ; Thomas John- 
ston, Mains of Kirkbuddo ; William Findlay, West Mains of Finavon. 

County Councillors — Lieut. Col. U. E. Carnegy Carnegy of Lour ; William Scott, Clive 
House, Letham ; Sir Harry Hope, Bart., Kinnettles ; Gavin Ralston, Glamis; Col. Ivan 
Guthrie, of Guthrie ; Robert W. L. McCaig, Foreside of Cairn. 

Burgh Representatives — Provost Hill, Bailies Barry, Smyth, and Hanick, Councillors 
Guthrie, Smyth, and Lowson. 

Inspector — Robert T. Rodger. Medical Officers — Drs Burgess, Cable, Kerr, and Myles. 
Poorhouse — J. Galloway, Governor; Mrs Galloway, Matron; Rev. Alf. Wilson, Chaplain. 

Offices — Newmonthill — Open from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Monday and Friday from 5 to 
7 p.m., Saturday from 10 a.m, to 1 p.m. 

HALLS. 
Reid Hall ... ... accommodates 1000) 



West End Reid Hall ... ,, 200/ 



James M. Millar, Hallkeeper 



Drill Hall ... ... ,, 1000 -Andrew Ogg, 

Castle Halls ... ,, 650— Arthur Barclay, Proprietor 

Masonic Rooms — Small Hall 150— Large Hall 400 — W. Preston, Hallkeeper 
St. John's Church Hall ... ,, 400— Andrew Hill. Hallkeeper 

Parish Church Hall ... ,, 300 — James Henderson, Hallkeeper 

St. James' Hall ... ... ,, 300 — James Blair, Hallkeeper 

Town Hall ... ... ,, 200— John Adamson, Hallkeeper 

Kirkton Hall ... ... ,, 250 — William Morris, Hallkeeper 

Meffan Institute Hall ... ,, 200— Andrew Caird, Hallkeeper 

Co-operative Hall (Couttie's Wynd) ,, 200 — David Clark, Hallkeeper 

Y.M.C. A. Hall (Couttie's Wynd) ,, 80— Miss Prophet, Hallkeeper 

TERRITORIALS. 

Forfar Platoon (14), H.Q. Co., 4/jt/i The Black Watch {P. H.)—Ma.]ar T. P. D. Murray, 
Company Commander. Sergeant, A. Ogg. Headquarters, Drill Hall. 

Armoured Car Section (F. & F. Yeomanry) — Captain Walker, Commanding Officer. 
Sergt. Willis, Sergeant. Headquarters, Brechin Road. 

THE BRITISH LEGION (Forfar Branch). 

President, Captain W. G. Don; Vice-Presidents, Captain J. A. Smith and J. A. Lee; 
Chairman, James Morris; Secretary, John Nicoll, 5 Roberts Street, Forfar; Treasurer, 
Albert Lowson. Committee — Alex. Gerrard, George Soutar, George Waddell, Richard 
Malcolm, Wm. Boath, John Johnston, W. Harris, J. D. Clark, Charles Waddell. Head- 
quarters, Kirkton Hall. Caretaker, William Morris. 

MUSICAL SOCIETIES. 

Forfar Instrumental Brass Band.— W. K. Findlay, Esq., Barncailzie Hall, Dalbeattie, 
Hon. President ; Provost Colonel Hill, William Coutts, William Lamond, Fred. T. 
Coutts, D. C. Christie, D. Boath, Dundee, D. Killacky, W. S. Inverarity, A. S. Young, 
and Mrs J. S. Boyle, Hon. Vice-Presidents; John Killacky, President; R. S. Marshall, 
Vice-President ; W. T. Cook, 14 Dundee Loan, Hon. Secretary ; A. Whyte, 18 Dundee 
Loan, Hon. Treasurer ; along with thirteen of a Committee and two representatives from 
Town Council. Robert Anderson, Conductor; G. D. Simpson, Sub-Conductor. Practice 
Room, Baths Hall. 

Forfar Burgh Pipe Band. — Ex-Bailie D. Smyth, President ; D. Byres, Vice-President ; 
D. Chalmers, Pipe-Major; H. Massie, 10 John Street, Secy, and Treas. Committee — 
{from General Public) D. Cowie, A. Low, F. Fraser, W. Walker, W. Whyte, S. Stewart, 
J. McLean, J. H. Mann ; {from Band) D. Suttie, A. Meldrum, H. Massie, E. Cowie. 

Forfar Amateur Operatic Society. — Lord Strathmore, Hon. President ; A. Johnston, 
President ; R. S. Marshall, Vice-President ; James N. Strachan, Zoar, Secretary ; Norman 
L. Fyfe, Treasurer. Committee — E. R. M'Laren, John Machray, James M'Kay, James 
Thomson, J. F. Fleming, J. C. Saddler, Mrs C. Jarvis. 

Forfar Choral Union. — Lord Strathmore, Hon. President ; Chas. Smith, President ; 
Wm. Andrew, Vice-President; M. D. Easton, Hon. Secy.; J. F. Fleming, Hon. Treas. 
Committee— Misses Neill, Christie, Mrs Gay, Messrs Thomson, Adamson, and Byars. 



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FORFAR AMATEUR DRAMATIC SOCIETY. 

P. A. Conacher, President ; John A. Smith, Vice-President; David D. Jolly, 12 Lilybank I 
Crescent, Secretary ; Jenny S. White, Treasurer. Committee — Mrs Patullo, Mrs Mac- 
quarie, Misses J. Saddler, A. C. Tait, Bella Wilson, and Charles Smith, D. C. Macquarie, 
James Findlay. Miss A. R. Smith, Stage Manager; David Stewart, Stage Carpenter; 
Miss E. Petrie, Wardrobe Mistress ; Miss Cita Angus, Producer. 

SCOTTISH COMMUNITY DRAMA ASSOCIATION. 
Forfar Branch— J. T. Ewen, President ; P. A. Conacher, Vice-President ; Jenny S. 
White, Treasurer. Committee — D. D. Jolly, Agnes R. Smith, and Mrs Patullo. 



CHURCHES. 



Old Parish... ... Rev. David M. Bell 

St. James' Parish ... Rev. Thomas Helm 

Lowson Memorial Rev. W. H. MacDiarmid 

West ... ... Rev. M. B. Shields 



East ... ... ... 

St. John's Episcopal Rev. Alex. Copland 
Congregational Rev. Alfred Wilson 

Baptist ... Rev. William Bullman 



CHURCH SERVICES, &c. 

Forfar Old Parish Church. — The services are at 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. The Primary 
Sunday School meets in the Church Hall at 12-30 p.m. The Junior and Senior Schools 
meet at the same time in the Church. The Young Men's Guild meets on Sunday at 10 .] 
a.m. in the Class Room. The Minister's Class meets at 5 p.m. in the Class Room. The 
Junior Bible Class meets at 5 p.m. in the Hall. Men's Club on Mondays at 7-30 p.m. 
Social Club on Tuesdays at 7-30 p.m. The Woman's Guild meets on Wednesdays at 
7-30 p.m. The Girls' Association on Thursdays at 7-30 p.m. The Choir meets on 
Fridays at 8-30 p.m. Junior Choir meets on Fridays at 5-45 p.m. Church Officer, 
James Henderson. 

St. James's Parish Church — Services each Sunday at 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. Primary, 
Junior, and Senior Sunday Schools at 12-20 p.m. Girls' Junior Bible Class at 12-20 p.m. 
Boys' Junior Bible Class at 5 p.m. Fellowship Circle at 5 p.m. Mondays — Wolf Cubs, '' 
6 p.m.; Dramatic Group, 8 p.m. Tuesdays — Woman's Guild, 7-30 p.m. Wednesdays — 
Girls' Association, 7-30 p.m. Thursdays — " The Quiet Half-Hour," 7 — 7-30 p.m. ; Men's 
Club, 7-30 p.m. Fridays — Boy Scouts, 7-30 p.m.; Choir Practice, 8-15 p.m. 

Lowson Memorial Parish Church.— Services at 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. Sunday School at 
12-15 p.m.; Primary Department, at 11 a.m. Bible Classes, Junior and Senior, at 5 p.m. 
Girls' Association, Monday at 7-30 p.m. Cubs, Tuesday at 5-30 p.m. Men's Guild, Tuesday 
at 7-45 p.m. Woman's Guild, Wednesday at 7-30 p.m. Junior Guild (Girls), Thursday 
at 7-30 p.m. Junior Choir, Friday at 5-45 p.m. Senior Choir, Friday at 8-30 p.m. 
Boy Scouts, Friday at 6-30 p. m. Rovers, Friday at 8 p.m. (Meeting in Scout Headquarters, 
Old Station). Church Officer, Robert Nimmo, 61 Glamis Road. 

West Church. — Sunday, Divine Service, n a.m. and6p.m. Sunday School, 12-15 P-ni. 
Senior and Junior Bible Classes, 5 p.m. Monday, Woman s Guild, 7-30 p.m. Tuesday, 
Men's Literary and Social Club, 7-30 p.m. Wolf Cubs, 6 p.m. Wednesday, Girls' 
Association, 7-15 p.m. Friday, Boy Scouts, 7 p. m Choir Practice, 8-30 p.m. 

East Church. — 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. Sabbath School meets at 12-20 p.m. Minister's 
Class meets on Sundays at 5 p.m. Woman's Guild on Mondays at 7-30 p.m. Cubs on 
Tuesdays at 6-15 p.m. Girls' Association on Tuesdays at 7-36 p m. Mid- Week Service 
on Wednesdays at 7-15 p.m. Men's Association on Wednesday at 8 p.m. Choir Practice 
on Fridays at 8-30 p.m. Scouts on Fridays at 6-30 p.m. 

St. John's Episcopal Church.— Services, 8am., 11 a.m., and 6 p.m. Sunday School 
at 12-30 p.m. Mothers' Meeting on Tuesdays at 3 p.m. Young Women's Guild on 
Tuesdays at 7-30 p.m. Week-day Services, Thursday at 8 a.m., Daily at 10-30 a.m., 
and Wednesday at 6-30 p.m. Choir Practice on Fridays at 8 p.m. Verger, Andrew Hill, 
15 Newmonthill. St. Margaret's, Carsebarracks— Third Sunday of month at 8-30 a.m. 

Congregational Church. — Morning Service, n a.m.; Evening Service, 6 p.m.; Sunday 
School, 12-30 p.m. 

Baptist Church. — Services, 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. ; Sunday School, 12-30 p.m.; Girls' 
Auxiliary, Monday, 7-30 p.m.; Tuesday, Prayer Meeting, 7-30 p.m.; Wednesday, Band of 
Hope, 7 p.m. 



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PROCLAMATION OF BANNS. 

W. N. Hay, Solicitor, has been appointed to receive all applications for Proclamation of 
Banns for all the Parishes within the Registration District of Forfar. Office Address : 52 
East High Street. Hours: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Saturday, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.; and Thursday 
Night, 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. 

RELIGIOUS SOCIETIES. 

Forfar Y.M.C.A. — Wm. Jarvis, Vice-President; Charles Jarvis, Castle Street, Secretary; 
John A. Dick, Treasurer. Hall, Couttie's Wynd. 

Young Women's Christian Association. — Weekly Meeting, Friday at 7-30 p.m., in 
Y.W.C.A. Institute. Juniors meet on Friday at 6 p.m. 

FORFAR TRACT SOCIETY. 

William Jarvis, Treasurer; Angus Macleod, Superintendent ; Miss Fenton, Secretary. 
Monthly Circulation, 3000. The aim of the society is that a lady visitor should call, 
and that a Tract should be left at every house in town and neighbourhood. Donations in 
aid of this old and useful society will be gratefully received and acknowledged by the lady 
distributors. 

FORFAR AUXILIARY to the National BIBLE SOCIETY of SCOTLAND. 

Rev. D. M. Bell, President; The Ministers of the Town and Bailie Andrew C. Smyth, 
Vice-Presidents ; W. Given, Secretary and Treasurer. 

FORFARSHIRE MISSION TO THE BLIND. 

Annual Meeting is held in April. The Earl of Strathmore, Hon. President; 
R. H. Anderson, President ; Mrs Murray, Vice-President ; John A. Smith, Royal Bank, 
Secretary and Treasurer, to whom subscriptions may be sent. Miss Annie D. Edward, 
Municipal Buildings, Forfar, Superintendent, to whom names of blind persons should be 
sent. 

ROYAL SCOTTISH SOCIETY for PREVENTION of CRUELTY to CHILDREN. 

Forfar Branch. — Meets when required in office of J. & A. W. Myles & Co. J. Thomson, 
Hon. Secretary and Treasurer. Representatives to the Council — J. Thomson and Mrs 
Sinclair. A. W. Johnstone, 53 High Street, Arbroath, Inspector. 

SCOTTISH SOCIETY FOR THE PREVENTION OF CRUELTY TO ANIMALS. 
Angus Branch — The Rt, Hon. The Earl of Strathmore, President : The Rt. Hon. The 
Earl of Airlie, Vice-President. Committee — (local members) Mrs J. S. Whyte, Mrs 
Allardice, Miss Jackson, Captain Neish, Gavin [Ralston, Mrs Harley, Mr Peacock, 
Kirriemuir, and J. T. Ewen, Pitscandly. 

ANGUS RURAL COMMUNITY COUNCIL. 

The Right Hon. The Earl of Airlie, Hon. President; Sir Harry Hope, Hon. Vice- 
President; John T. Ewen, President; D. C. Christie, Vice-President; J. A. Lee, Acadia, 
Hon. Secretary ; John A. Smith, Royal Bank House, Hon. Treasurer. 

Airlie Training Centre for Boys, Bearfauld, Cortachy, Kirriemuir. — Captain 
C. F. I. Neish, Chairman of Placing Committee ; Albert G. Carrie, Schoolhouse, Men- 
muir, by Brechin, Hon. Secretary. 

FORFAR BURNS CLUB— Federation No. 44. 

Wm. Coutts, jun. , Hon. President; Sheriff MacKinnon, Capt. C. F. I. Neish, Provost 
L. Hill, Colonel C. Kerr, D. Callander, sen., Hon. Vice-Presidents; J. N. Strachan, 
President; W. J. M'Queen and Dr. J. T. Allardice, Vice-Presidents; N. W. Awburn, 
Gowanbank, Secretary and Treasurer. Committee — A. C. Dalgety, James A. Lee, R. 
Macdonald, M. Macfarlane, F. D. M'Laren, A. C. Smyth, W. S. Wilson. 

FORFAR PLATE GLASS MUTUAL INSURANCE ASSOCIATION. 

John Killacky, President; J. T. Kinloch, Vice-President, R. S. Marshall, Secretary 
and Treasurer. Committee — Messrs M. Macfarlane, T. Elder, A. Barclay, C. Jarvis, and 
John Clark. Valuator, R. Farquharson. Auditors, A. C. Dalgety and M. Macfarlane. 
The Annual General Meeting is held on third Tuesday of April. 

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86 FORFAR DIRECTORY. 



FORFAR DISTRICT NURSING ASSOCIATION. 

Mrs Gray Cheape of Carsegray, Hon. President; Mrs Maitland and Mrs Lionel Hill, 
Hon. Vice-Presidents; Mrs Robertson and Miss Myles, Hon. Members; Mr S. M'Gill, 
National Bank, Hon. Treasurer ; Mrs J. S. Whyte, Lilybank, Hon. Secretary. Executive 
Committee — Mrs R. H. Anderson, Mrs Cable, Mrs Copland, Miss Gumming, Miss Free- 
man, Miss Lowson, Dr Myles, and Dr Kerr. General Committee— The clergymen and 
medical men of Forfar, and all subscribers of 10/ and upwards. Nurse — Miss Dunn, 
117 Lilybank Crescent. 

FORFAR INFIRMARY. 

The Right Hon. The Earl of Strathmore, Patron ; Captain W. G. Don, President. 
Medical Attendants — Drs Burgess, J. Ewen Cable, and Myles; Francis R. Brown, 
M.B., ch.b., f.R.C.s. (edin.), Consulting Surgeon; Miss Margaret Fairlie, M.B., ch.b.. 
Consulting Gynaecologist; George Murray Grant, M.B., ch.b., Consulting Radiogolist ; 
Adam Patrick, M.D., F.R.C.P., (lond.), Consulting Physician. John A. Smith. Royal 
Bank, Treasurer; Wm. Whyte, Secretary. Miss Fisher, Matron. Visiting Hours- 
Sunday, 2 to 3 p.m.; Wednesday, Thursday, and Saturday, 2 to 3 p.m. and 6 to 7 p.m. 

ST. ANDREW'S AMBULANCE ASSOCIATION-L.M.S. Brigade (Forfar Section). 

J. Stewart, 54 Lilybank Crescent, Secretary and Treasurer. Committee — J. Cameron, 

D. Middleton, H. Glennie, J. Robertson, and Miss Macfarlane. The Monthly Meetings of 
the Section are held on the second Sunday of each month in the Ambulance Hall, Market 
Street, at 1-30 p.m. Lectures held every Sunday from September to March. 

PANEL COMMITTEE OF THE COUNTY OF FORFAR. 

Dr J. Ewen Taylor, Carnoustie, Chairman; Dr J. Mcintosh Rattray, Kirriemuir, Vice- 
Chairman ; Dr David Myles, Forfar. Hon. Secretary; John S. Gordon, Solicitor, The 
Cross, Forfar, Clerk; Dr G. C. Burgess and Dr J. Ewen Cable, Forfar; Dr R. Logan, 
Kirriemuir; Dr H. J. Hoile, Montrose; Dr W. Dempster and Dr W. S. Anderson, 
Brechin; Dr E. N. Lindeberg, Friockheim; Dr H. F. Wilson, Carnoustie; Dr D. H. 
Hay, Lift 

MOTOR TAXATION DEPARTMENT— Angus County Council. 

Office, County Buildings, Forfar. Office Hours, Monday to Friday, 9-30 a.m. to 5 p.m. 
Saturday, 9-30 a.m. to 12-30 p.m. Telephone No. 49. George Cable, Officer. 

CUSTOMS AND EXCISE OFFICE. 

Clydesdale Bank Buildings, 67 Castle Street. Open — Mondays, 10-30 a.m. to 12-30 » 
n m H. T. Grubb, Officer. 

MINISTRY OF LABOUR EMPLOYMENT EXCHANGE. 
Office, Castle Street. Telephone No. 189. Office hours — 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. except 
Friday, 9 a.m. to 7 p.m., and Saturday, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. G. W. Wallace, Manager. 
FORFAR LITERARY INSTITUTE. 
Wm. Spark, President; Alex. Johnston, Vice-President; T. F. Whitson, Academy Street, 
Hon. Secretary and Treasurer. Directors— Messrs John M. Robertson, N. H. Langlands, 
Dr J. T. Allardice, Jas. H. Melville, and Robert Anderson. 

FORFARSHIRE UNIONIST ORGANISATION. 

Sir Harry Hope, Bart., Kinnettles, Chairman ; Miss Erskine Jackson, Kirkbuddo, U 
Vice-Chairman ; J. A. Oliver, Arbroath, Treas. ; R. Crichton, 9 Millgate, Arbroath, Secy.i »s 

Lunanhead Committee— Mrs Gray-Cheape, Chairman ; Miss Agnes Nicoll, Glencarse, j« 
Helen Street, Secretary. 

FORFAR WOMEN CITIZENS' ASSOCIATION. 

The Countess of Airlie, Hon. President ; Lady Hope, Hon. Vice-President ; Mrs Lionel 

E. Hill, President ; Mrs S. R. Irvine, Vice-President ; Mrs J. H. Melville, Treasurer ; : 
Mrs F. M. Thomson, Woodhill, Lour Road, Secretary. Committee — Mrs Barry, Mrs C. 
Coutts, Mrs Dorward, Mrs Macdonald, Mrs M'Laren. Mrs A. C. Millar, Mrs Paterson, 
Mrs T.Petrie, Mrs W. Shepherd, Mrs Watt, Miss S. Whyte, and Mrs H. S. Wood. 

FORFAR BUILDING & INVESTMENT SOCIETY. 
David Meldrum, Chairman ; George M. H Rodger, 40 John St., Secy, and Treasurer. 
Directors— David Meldrum, Robert Farquharson, W. Kirmear, Arch. Tyrie, Alex. Stewart, 
James B. Rodger, Wm. Rodger, T. J. M. Whitson, Albert Shepherd. Meets every alter- 
nate Saturday evening, 8 to 9, in Meffan Institute. 



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ROYAL SCOTTISH FORESTRY SOCIETY. 

Angus and East Fife Branch— Colonel Maitland, President; G. R. McGarva, Vice- 
President; T. J. M. Whitson, Solicitor, Montrose, Secy, and Treasurer. Committee — 
D. D. McGregor. D. Buchan, T. Winton, J. J. Thomson, A. G. Crabbe, W. Gilchrist, 
D. H. Meldrum, John Smith, and J. W. M'Kenzie. 

FORFAR HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. 

Sheriff McKinnon, Sheriff McDonald, John T. Ewen, Provost Col. Lionel E. Hill, Hon. 
Presidents; Dr N. J. Sinclair, Capt. W. G. Don, Neil Caw, D. C. Christie, John C. 
Robbie, John Killacky, Alex. Forbes, Hon. Vice-Presidents; R. R. Ogilvie, President; 
Alex. Urquhart and W. L. Hourie, Vice-Presidents; Andrew B. Caird, 39 Albert Street, 
Secretary and Treasurer. Committee — Wm. Byres, Stewart Wilson, James Fairweather, 
David Gowans, John M'Kenzie, J. H. Smith, D. W. Farquhar, James Beattie, George 
Kydd, James M. Millar, Wm. Ballantine, James Ewart, Roy McGregor, Charles H. Sim, 
F. D. R. McLaren, Andrew Stirling, John G. Robb. 

FORFAR ALLOTMENT HOLDERS' ASSOCIATION. 

Frank Piggot, President; R. Fullerton, Vice-President; William Rodger, 2 Canmore 
Street, Secretary and Treasurer. Committee — James Steven. Alex. Forbes, David Piggot, 
James Prophet, Stewart Wilson, Alex. Begg, Alfred Birse, Alex. Grant, Alex. Couttie, 
and James Craib. 

SAVING ASSOCIATIONS. 

The Forfar Northern (Limited). — William Gray, President ; Robert Moir, Lilybank 
Crescent, Secretary. Committee — Charles Keith, Andrew Thomson, Henry Massie. 
Committee meets at 7 on Monday evenings in Rooms, in Castle Street. Ernest Mann, 
Manager and Treasurer. 

East Port (Limited)— Established 1829.— William Jack, Chairman; M. W. Adamson, 
Secretary ; William Paton, Treasurer. Committee — James Nicolson, William Fraser, G. 
M'Innes, Robert Glen, and Wm. Duthie. Frank M. Prophet, Manager. 

West Town End (Limited). — A. Farquharson, Chairman ; Wm. Clark, Secretary. 
Committee- J. Lindsay, W. Henderson, A. Ferguson, J. M'Lean, A. Carcary. Meets 
on Monday evening at 7 in Rooms, 118 West High Street. W. Bell, Manager. 

Forfar United Co-operative Society (Limited).— William Craig, President ; John A. 
Smith, Secy. Committee— David Paterson, William Young, Wm. Mason, John Milne, 
George Threlkeld, George Simpson, Alfred Milne. Meets every Monday evening at 
68 East High Street, at 7 p.m. William Anderson, General Manager. 

Forfar United Co-Operative Society Women's Guild. — Mrs Leighton, President ; 
Mrs Wishart, Vice-President; Mrs Sturrock, 17 Montrose Rd., Secretary; Mrs Hastings, 
Treasurer. Committee — Mrs Milne, Mrs Petrie, Mrs Hampton, Mrs Gibb, Miss Clark, 
Mrs Piggott, Mrs Gordon, Mrs Simpson, Meets in Co-Op. Hall on Thursdays at 7-30. 

COAL SOCIETIES. 

Forfar Co-operative (Limited). — Charles Petrie, President ; James Jamieson, Vice- 
President ; Donald Ross, 7 Glamis Road, Secretary; Wm. A. Ross, Treasurer. Com- 
mittee — James Carroll, James Grant, William Nicoll, James Hill, and William Simpson. 
Collectors — Pat Prophet, 27 New Road ; George Mitchell, 87 Graham Crescent ; Wm. 
Harvey, n Watt Street; James Simpson, 4 Dundee Road. Membership, 772. Sub- 
Committee meets every Tuesday at 7 p.m. in the Office, Town House Buildings. 

Forfar Victoria (Limited).— Jas. D. Clark, President; Charles Keith, Vice-President; 
John Fyfe, Secretary ; James M. Morris, Treasurer. Committee — Frank Rae, Frank 
Boath, Robert Mealmaker, Anson Ferguson, John Gold. Collectors — David Johnston, 6 
Nursery Street ; Thomas Prophet, 17 New Road ; David Hill, 21 John Street ; Frank Rae, 
27 St. James' Road; James Hendry, 11 Peffers Place; James Tyrie, 15 Peffers Place. 
Committee meets on third Tuesday of each month at 7-30 p.m. Office, 4 East High St. 

MALE & FEMALE YEARLY SOCIETIES. 

Forfar Society. — Alex. Shepherd, President; Allan Small, Vice-President; John 
Ferguson, Secretary; George A. Fitzpatrick, Treasurer. Meets in West School every 
Saturday afternoon from 1-30 to 3. 

East End Society. — John Gold, President; George Patullo, Treasurer; John Milne, 
Secretary. Meets on Saturday Afternoons from 1 to 3 in East School. 



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MASONIC LODGES. 

Lodge Forfar Kilwinning No. 90.— W. Napier, R.W.M.; A. Mitchell, S.W. ; W 
Smith, J.W. ; W. M'Lean, Dunmore, William Street, Secretary; James M. Morris, 22 
Green Street, Treasurer. Meets in Masonic Rooms every Wednesday at 7-30 p.m. 

Lodge Lour No. 309.— Geo. G. Burness, R.W.M.; Wm. Lamond, S.W.; H. Stirling 
J.W. ; J. Walker, 1 St. James' Terrace, Secy.; Alex. Whyte, Earlsdon, Helen St., Treas. 
Meets in Lodge Room, Osnaburg Hall, 1st Wednesday monthly, Sept. to May, at 7-45 p.m 

ROYAL ARCH CHAPTER-Elijah No. 12. 

John L. Wishart, M.E.Z.; David Prophet, M.E.H.; R. Reid, M.E.J. ; J. K. Goudie, 
S.E. ; H. Gordon, G. N. ; J. Harman, Treasurer. 

Cryptic Council— Elijah, No. 12.— John L. Wishart, T.I.M. ; Charles Bissett, D.M.; 
Arthur Thomson, P.C.W. ; James A. Whyte, 25 Albert St. , Recorder; C. Laird, Treas: 

ORDER OF THE EASTERN STAR— Strathmore Chapter, No. 134. 

Mrs D. Wishart, W.M. ; W. Christie, W. P. ; Miss P. M'Lean, Strathdean, St. James' Rd., 
Secy. ; Miss B. Soutar, Treas. Meets second Monday of each month in Masonic Rooms. 

ANCIENT ORDER OF FORESTERS— Court " Glamis Castle," No. 7837, 

A. F. Young, Chief Ranger ; W. Simpson, 3 Dundee Loan, Secretary; Jas. Kennedy, 
Treas. Meets every fourth Monday at Glamis at 7-30 p.m. (Approved N.I. Society). 

LOYAL ORDER OF ANCIENT SHEPHERDS— Burnside Lodge, No. 2046. 

D. W. Mason, P.M.; Frank Ross, W.M.; George Brown, D.M.; Albert Birse, M.S. 
Wm. Dnncan, M.; E. Fraser, I.G.; R. D. Clark, O.G.; Wm. Menzies, Juvenile Secy.; 
Marion Shepherd, Female Sick Visiting Steward ; F. Ross, Male Sick Visiting Steward 
W. Menzies, Treasurer; W. Ramsay, 8 Katarine St., Secretary. Meets in small Hall 
Masonic Rooms, every alternate Wednesday, from 4th January. (Approved N.I. Society). 

FOOTBALL CLUBS. 

Forfar Athletic. — The Right Hon. The Earl of Strathmore, Hon. President; James 
Black, President; Wm. Potter, 38 North Street, Secretary; Wm. M'Kay, Treasurer, 
Committee — W. Anderson, John Ferguson, John Mitchell, W. M 'Queen, G. Langlands, 
and James Walker. Representative to S.F.A. , Scottish League, and Forfarshire Asso 
ciation — James Black. Ground, Station Park. Colours, Blue and Black. Instituted 1885 

Celtic. — J. A. Whyte, President; Ben. Brown, 40 Prior Road, Secretary; Jas. Bennie, 
Treasurer; G. Dalgety, Captain. Colours, Green and White. 

East End. — R. S. Balfour, President; W. Gerrard, 3 William St., Secretary; Charle! 
Kennedy, Treasurer ; G. Nicoll, Captain. Ground, Carseview Park. Colours, Maroon 

West End. — W. Samson, President; W. Smith, 93b West High Street, Secretary and 
Treasurer; W. Birnie, Captain. Ground, Strathmore Park. Colours, Light Blue. 

STRATHMORE RUGBY FOOTBALL CLUB. 

The Right Hon. The Earl of Strathmore, Hon. President; J. F. Fleming, President 
David Callander, Viewmont, Secretary ; G. Ross, Treasurer; D. A. Fleming, Captain. 

SCOTTISH COUNTRY DANCE SOCIETY (Forfar Centre). 
Sheriff MacKinnon, Hon. President ; Mrs J. S. Oliver, President ; Miss J. Pool, Vice- 
President ; Miss H. Langlands, 4 Southview Terrace, Secretary. 

BOY SCOUTS. 

District Commissioner, Col. G. R. Maitland, Burnside. Local President, Col. Elliot 
Carnegy, Lour. Secretary, D. Wilson, 20 West High Street. 

1st Forfar. — J. Mcintosh, Scoutmaster. Meet every Thursday evening in Scout Hut 
Lochside. Cubs the same evening. 

2nd Forfar. — W. Milne, Scoutmaster. Meet every Friday evening in Lowson Memo 
rial Hall. Rovers the same evening. Cubs on Tuesday evening. 

4th Forfar. — D. Findlayson, Scoutmaster. Meet every Friday evening in the Wes 
Church Hall. Cubs on Tuesday evening. 

5th Forfar. — J. Glenday, Scoutmaster. Meet every Friday evening in the East Churcl 
Hall. Cubs on Tuesday evening. 

6th Forfar. — D. Wilson, Scoutmaster. Meet every Thursday evening in Scout Hut 
Lochside Road. Cubs on Wednesday evening. 

7th Forfar. — A. Farquharson, Scoutmaster. Meet every Friday evening in St. James 
Church Hall. Cubs on Monday evening. 



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FORFAR DIRECTORY. 



GIRL GUIDES. 

District Commissioner, Miss Dawson, 17a East High Street. Local Association Presi- 
dent, Mrs Gray-Cheape. Carsegray. Secretary, Mrs David Myles, 59 East High Street. 

1st Forfar Ranger Co. —Captain, Miss Hope. Meets on Tuesday at 8 p.m. 

1st Forfar Guide Co. — Captain, Miss Hourie ; Lieut., Evie M'Lean. Meets on Mon- 
day at 6-30 p m. Brownie Pack — B.O. , Mabel Arnot ; T.O. , Edna Whyte. Meets on 
Tuesday at 6 p.m. 

2nd Forfar Guide Co. — Captain, Ann Strachan ; Lieutenants, Elizabeth Dalgleish and 
Jean Hourie. Meets on Wednesday, 6-30 p.m. Brownie Pack — B.O. , Margaret Donald. 
Meets on Friday at 6 p.m. 

3rd Forfar Guide Co. — Captain, Connie Tait; Lieutenant, Martha McLeod. Meets on 
Friday at 7 p.m. 

Headquarters of Forfar Companies and Packs — 1 Vennel, Forfar. 

1st Carsebarracks Brownie Pack.— B.O. , Miss McLaren. Meets in St. Margaret's 
Hall, on Saturday, at 2-30 p.m. 

STRATHMORE CRICKET CLUB. 

J. H. Melville, Captain ; James Samson, Vice-Captain ; Wm. Hovell, Belton, Dundee 
Road, Secretary; C. Renilson, 84 East High Street, Treasurer. Ground, Lochside Park. 

GOLF CLUBS. 

Forfar. — Jas. Thomson, President; K. H. Anderson, Vice-President ; H. M'C. John- 
stone, Hon. Secretary; D. P. Thornton, Hon. Match Secretary. Committee — James 
Petrie, R. J. Peters, John Eadie, D. J. Pattullo, J. F. Brodlie, Jas. Strachan, James Allan, 
Geo. Maxwell, D. Killacky, J. H. Melville. Competitions — April — Laird Bowl, Scratch 
Medal, Merchants' Cup, Handicap Medal. May — Dunnichen Medal, Club Championship, 
Whyte Cross Medal. June — J. Freer Myles Cup, Dalgety Rose Bowl. July — Lowson Cup. 
August — Brodie- Younger Shield, President's Prize. September — Scratch Medal, Mer- 
chants' Cup (2nd stage), Bruce Medal, Coronation Quaich. 

Boys' Club. — June— Carle Medal. 

Lady Associates. — Committee — Misses M. Collie, E. Mitchell, M. MTntosh, M. 
Taylor, A. Winter. Miss D. Millikin, Captain and Hon. Match Secretary; Miss E. M. 
Anderson, Hon. Secretary. Competitions — April to September — Monthly Medal. May — 
Moffat Medal (scratch). June — Dempster-Metcalfe Medal. August — Laird Cup (scratch), 
President's Prize, and Knock-Out Competition (handicap). 

BADMINTON CLUB. 
Forfar. — A. Sangster, President; Miss D. Millikin, Vice-President; J. M. Barclay, 
Union Bank, Secretary and Treasurer. Committee — Miss Jones, Miss Samson, J. Bruce, 
and S. M'Gill. Selection Committee — Miss M. Nicoll, J. M. Barclay, and A. Sangster. 
Practices in Drill Hall, on Wednesdays, 7 to 10 p.m., and Saturdays, 6 to 9 p.m. 

ANGUS CYCLING CLUB. 

Wm. Whyte, Hon. President; Dr Myles, Hon. Vice-President; J. Patterson, President ; 
J. Cameron and W. Stark, Vice-Presidents; A. C. Robertson, 10 Charles St., Secetary 
and Treasurer; G. Robertson, 10 Charles Street, Race Secretary ; D. Menzies, Captain; 
J. Low, Vice-Captain. Committee — A. Milne, sen., D. Cargill, W. Whyte. 
SMALL BORE RIFLE CLUB. 

D. C. Christie, President; W. S. Maxwell Tait, Averon, Secretary; John A. Srilith, 
Treasurer ; R. Findlay, Burlea, Match Secretary ; W. Y. Irons, Captain. Club Rooms — 
The Myre. Range open Monday to Friday, 6 to 10 p.m., and Thursday, 2 to 5 p.m. 

BOWLING CLUBS. 

Forfar. — George Gordon, President; R. A. Sinclair, Vice-President; John C. Robbie, 
Curator ; N. H. Langlands. Southview Terrace, Secretary and Treasurer. Committee — 
George Petrie, J. A. Dick, George Dorward, Wm. Sturrock, and Wm. Allan. 

Canmore. — W. J. M'Queen, President ; A. W Barclay, Vice-President ; James Bennie, 
14 Brechin Road, Secretary and Treasurer; James Donald, Milton House, Match Secy.; 
Wm. Duff, Curator. Committee— G. Adams, J. B. Adamson, F. T. Coutts, T. Elder, 
W. S. Inverarity, J. T. Kinloch, J. M'Kinnon, M. Murdoch, and J. K. Rattray. 

Reid Park.— Provost Hill, Hon. President ; T. Elder, W. S. Inverarity, J. Killacky, 
J. Fyfe, D. Nicoll, Hon. Vice-Presidents ; H. Cruickshank, President ; W. Hendry, Vice- 
President; J. Coutts, 10 Arbroath Road, Secretary and Treasurer. Committee — R. 
Robertson, D. Craik, W. Murray, F. Rae, W. Balfour, J. Petrie, and D. Mitchell. 



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FORFAR AND DISTRICT BENEVOLENT SOCIETY. 

Sheriff Jas. A. R. MacKinnon, President , Jas. Walker, Vice-President ; D. C. Christie, 
Convener of Organising Committee ; John Eadie and R, R. K. Ogilvie, County Buildings, 
Joint Secretaries and Treasurers ; Syme & Johnstone, C.A., Hon. Auditors. 

FORFAR AMATEUR SWIMMING CLUB. 

Wm. Morrison, President; G. T. Strachan and N. W. Arnot, Vice-Presidents; 
D. Strachan, 7 Lour Road, Secretary; Miss P. Falconer, Braeside, Helen Street, Ladies' 
Secretary; J. R. Dalgety, Treasurer. Committee — J. Dundas, D. Lowson, D. Phillips, 
Misses M. Linton and N. Sturrock. Practice Nights — Wednesday, 7 to 9 p.m. 

FORFAR CURLING CLUB— Angus Province. Instituted 1797. 
Right Hon. the Earl of Strathmore, Patron ; Capt. The Hon. Bruce Ogilvy, Capt. C. 

F. I. Neish, Sir Harry Hope, Col. Charles Kerr, Hon. Vice-Presidents; R. J. Peters, 
President; G. Thornton and S. M'Gill, Vice-Presidents ; Rev. Alex. Copland, Chaplain; 
James A. Lee, Acadia, Forfar, Secretary and Treasurer. Council of Management — 

G. L. Adamson, A. Graham, P. Macfarlane, J. H. Melville, W. J. M'Queen, D. B. M'Pher- 
son, Curator, R. Thomson. Iceman, J. Piggot, 35 Raberts St. Rinks — Lochsicle Park. 

Angus and District Inter-Province for Indoor Ice Curling.— Consisting of Angus 
Province, North and Southesk Province, Dundee and District Province. D. Smith, Union 
Bank Buildings, Kirriemuir, Secretary and Treasurer. Council of Management — Three 
Representatives from each Province. Meetings to be held in Forfar. 

ROYAL CALEDONIAN CURLING CLUB— Angus Province. 

Right Hon. the Earl of Strathmore, Patron ; G. M. Wedderburn of Pearsie, President; 
W. Irving, Cortachy, J. W. A. Simpson. Carnoustie, and W. P. Whyte, Glamis, Vice- 
Presidents ; D. Smith, Union Bank. Kirriemuir, Secretary and Treasurer ; James A. Lee, 
Acadia, Representative. Council of Management — Two Representatives from each Club. 

ANGLING CLUBS. 

Canmore. — Lieut. -Col. A. D. G. Gardyne, Finavon Castle, Patron ; David W. Smith, 
President; William Neave, Vice-President; Jas. Ormond, Captain; Alex. Ross, 11 Helen 
Street, Secy, and Treas. Committee — Wm. Dear, Charles Neave, and Peter Smith. 

East End.— W. S. Inverarity, Hon. President; G. Waddell, President; Jas. Leighton, 
jun. , Vice-President; James Grewar, 169 East High Street, Secretary and Treasurer. 
Committee— W. Duthie, D. Milne, C. Eggo, Wm. Myles, sen., A. Whyte, R. Morton, 
and J. Rae. Captain, David Rae. Weighing Committee— J. Rae and O. Sturrock. 

Forfar.— William Suttie and D. C. Christie, Chief Constable, Hon. Vice-Presidents; 
David Barnet, President; William Whitton, Vice-President; James Walker. Jarman's 
Hotel, Secretary ; E. Mann, 123 Castle Street, Treasurer. Committee — D. W. Smith, 
J. Falconer, P. Young, G. Roberts, R. Ogilvy, J. Piggot, A. Whyte, R. Neill, D. M'Nab, 
W. Ree, D. J. Carnegy, D. Milne, A. Ross, B. G. Carnegie, and J. Souter. 

FORFAR CAGE BIRD SOCIETY. 

J. Clark, President; B. G. Carnegie, Vice-President; Jas. Robertson, 7 Archie's Park, 
Secretary and Treasurer ; Wm. Paterson, Assistant Secretary. 

DRAUGHTS CLUB. 

Wm. R. Guthrie, President ; James Malcolm, Vice-President ; William Napier, 6 Reid 
Park Road, Secretary and Treasurer. Committee— D. Stewart, N. Awburn, J. Newlands, 
and D. Patullo. Club Room— Upper Reid Hall. 

FORFAR COUNTY INSURANCE COMMITTEE. 

Under the National Insurance Act, 1936. Area comprises the whole of the County of j 
Angus, excluding the City of Dundee and the Burgh of Arbroath. Chairman, George; 
Cumming, Brechin; Vice-Chairman, John Killacky, Forfar; Clerk and Treasurer, James ; 
Ritchie, Clydesdale Bank Buildings, Forfar. 

FORFAR SHOPKEEPERS' ASSOCIATION. 

A. W. Barclay, President ; G. W. L. Doig, Vice-President ; John A. Clark, 40 Castle 
Street, Secy, and Treas.; W. S. Jarvis, Joint Secy. Committee— A. C. Dalgety, W. 
Sturrock, C. Coutts, M. Macfarlane, W. C. Fyfe, A. Bruce, and John Brown. 



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FORFAR RACING PIGEON CLUB. 

W. D. Patterson, President; D. Millar and J. S. Clark, Vice-Presidents; W. Crighton, 
3 Roberts Street, Secretary. Committee — G. Hosie, W. Knight, B. Liddle, W. Spalding, 
and J. Millar. 

FORFAR AND DISTRICT LICENSED TRADE DEFENCE ASSOCIATION. 

James Walker, President ; Alex. Petrie, Vice-President ; Albert M. Lowson, Salutation 
Hotel, Forfar, Secretary and Treasurer. Committee — H. Ferrier, John Killacky, William 
Ferguson, and T. H. Wilkie. 

FORFAR AND DISTRICT DAIRYMEN'S ASSOCIATION. 

James Kettles, President ; J. L. Wishart, Sunnybrae, Secretary ; D. Callander, Lily- 
bank, Treas. Committee — D. Clark, D. Hood, A. M'Leod, A. Farquharson, G. Black. 

FORFAR HAIRDRESSERS' ASSOCIATION. 

Robert Petrie, Hon. President; Chas. Clark, President; Daniel Harris, Vice-President; 
J. M. Petrie, North Street, Secretary and Treasurer. Committee — D. Patullo, W. Neave, 
W. Esplin, and Miss Matthewson. 

FORFAR FACTORY WORKERS' UNION. 

General meeting in January. Committee meets second Wednesday of Month at 7 p. m. 
John Killacky, President ; J. Carroll, Vice-President ; G. Dalgety, 1 Osnaburg Street, 
Secretary ; Miss M. Taylor, Assistant Secretary ; D. Ferrier, 9 Albert Street, Treasurer ; 
C. Taylor, 30 Nursery Street, Collector. 

FORFAR FACTORY WORKERS' UNION APPROVED SOCIETY. 

Approved under the National Insur. Act, 1911. Trustees, Ex-Chief Constable Thomson 
and David Lindsay ; President, John Killacky ; Vice-President, David Rae ; Secretary, 
George Dalgety; Treasurer, Wm. Whyte, Solicitor; together with seven of a Committee. 
Monthly Meeting held in the Office of the Society, 1 Osnaburg Street, on the first Wed- 
nesday of each month at 7 p.m. 

SCOTTISH RURAL WORKERS' APPROVED SOCIETY. 
Forfar Branch. — Kenneth McKenzie, Chairman ; John Christie, 22 Dundee Road, 
Secretary. Committee — Richard Laird, James Tyrie, David Kinnear, James Leiper, 
Andrew Lakie, Thomas Falconer, and Wm. Ellis. 

FORFAR, KIRRIEMUIR, AND DISTRICT TENTERS' ASSOCIATION 

John Laird, Kirriemuir, President; Frank Rae, Forfar, Vice-President; David Ferrier, 
9 Albert Street, Forfar, Secretary and Treasurer ; David Ferrier, James Purdon, Rep- 
resentatives to Federation. Meets every second Monday at 7 p.m. in the Co-Operative 
Hall, Couttie's Wynd. 

FORFAR TRADES COUNCIL. 

Wm. Craig, President ; John Duthie, Vice-President ; Secretary and Treasurer. 

Meets monthly in Co-Operative Hall. 

TYPOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY. 
Forfar Branch. — Allan Strachan, President; Roberts. Balfour, Burbank, Taylor St. , 
Secretary and Treasurer. 

AMALGAMATED SOCIETY OF WOOD WORKERS. 

Alfred Milne, 16 Easterbank, Secretary. Meets every alternate Friday evening at 7-30 
o'clock in Meffan Hall. 

NATIONAL UNION OF RAILWAYMEN. 
Forfar Branch. — Wm. Craig, President ; O. Sturrock, 17 Montrose Road, Secretary ; 
H. Rae, Treasurer. 

SCOTTISH UNION OF BAKERS (C. & B. Workers). 
Forfar Branch — Alex. Smith, President ; D. Robertson, 10b Watt Street, Secretary ; 
Ernest Mitchell, Treasurer. 

SCOTTISH PAINTERS' SOCIETY. 
Forfar Branch — W. Robertson, Chairman ; D. Prophet, 12 Yeaman Street, Secretary ; 
John Samson, Treasurer. 

TRANSPORT and GENERAL WORKERS' UNION. 
Forfar Branch. — James Milne, President ; J. Duthie, 38 Easterbank, Secretary. 



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POST OFFICE ARRANGEMENTS. 

Despatches from Forfar Post Office. 

Aberdeen, Brechin, Montrose, Kirriemuir, and the North generally, 

All Parts (except Glasgow), 

Glainis, Guthrie, Letham, Town and Country Districts generally, 

Dundee, Angus (except Brechin), Alyth, Meigle, Blairgowrie, Coupar Angus, 

and North Fife, 
Edinburgh, Glasgow, and all parts South of Perth 
Kirriemuir, 

Dundee, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Perth, the North-West Highlands, and South 
Glamis, Eassie, Letham, 
Town Area, ... ... ... ... ... (Sat. 1-45 p.m.) 

Kirriemuir, Guthrie, Brechin, and Montrose, 

England, Ireland, Wales, Continental, ... 

Scotland (except N.E. Counties), Dundee, England, Wales, Ireland, Continental 6-15 p.m. 



Box 


closes at 


6 


a 


m. 


6 


45 a 


m. 


7 


a 


m. 


io- 


45 a 


m. 


ii 


a 


m. 


12- 


45 P 


m. 


2 


P 


m. 


1- 


3°P 


m. 


2 


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m. 


3-4S P 


m. 


4 


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m. 



Aberdeen and North 
All Parts 

Sunday. 
All Parts (except Counties of Aberdeen, Banff, and Kincardine), 

Deliveries. (Letters, &c.) 
From All Parts 
From the South generally 
From All Parts 



o p.m. 
8-15 p.m. 



p.m. 



7-30 a.m. 
2-15 p.m. 
5 P- m 



From All Parts 

From the South generally 

From All Parts 



(Sat. 2 p.m 
(except Sat 
Callers' Delivery, Saturdays, 5-15 to 5-45 p.m. 
Deliveries. (Parcels). 

... 10 a.m. 
(Sat. 2p.n1.) 2-isp.m. 

(except Sat.) 5 p.m. 

Sunday — No Deliveries. 
Counter Business, 8 am. to 7-30 p.m. Telegraph and Telephone, 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. 
Sunday and New Year's Day, 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. (Telegraph and Telephone Business, 

Sale of Stamps, and Express Delivery). Town Sub-Offices closed all day. 

Local Holidays — 9 a.m. to Noon (Postal) 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. (Telegraph and Telephone). 

Town Sub-Offices closed all day. 

D. C. MacQuarie, Head Postmaster. 

TOWN LETTER BOXES 

Are cleared daily (except Sundays) at the following hours : — 
(Clearance on Sundays at 1-30 p.m. from all boxes). 

a.m. a.m. p.m. p.rrii* p.m. p.m. p.m. 



West Port . 


5 15 


10 15 


1 is 


3 45 


5 15 


645 


7 45 


Lour Road. 






5 *5 


10 


1 is 


3 


5 


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7 45 


East Port . 






5 15 


10 


1 


3 3° 


s 15 


645 


7 45 


Station 






5 15 


9 45 


1 


3 15 


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North Street 






5 15 


9 45 


1 


3 IS 


s 15 


6 45 


7 45 


Brechin Road 






5 15 


9 45 


1 


3 15 


s 15 


— 


8 


Cross . 






5 15 


10 15 


1 is 


3 3° 


5 i5 


7 


7 45 


Lilybank 






5 IS 


10 


1 


3 15 


5 


— 


7 45 


Dundee Road 






5 15 


10 


1 15 


3 IS 


S 


— 


7 45 


Roberts Street 






5 15 


9 45 


1 


3 ° 


5 


— 


7 45 


Glamis Road 






5 IS 


10 


1 is 


3 45 


5 


— 


7 45 


Arbroath Road 






5 IS 


10 


I 


3 5 


S 


— 


7 45 


Easterbank 






s is 


10 


a 1 1 45 m 


3 15 


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Saturdays 











TELEPHONE KIOSKS 

for the convenience of the Public are situated at (1) Municipal Buildings, Castle Street ; 
(2) West Port; and (3) North Street (opposite Jarman's Hotel, adjoining Mart); 
(4) East Port (at junction of Queen Street and East High Street). 



MA 

JIUSTKCK & SCOTS 

LIMITED, 
I HOUSE FURNISHERS, 

Whitehall Street, DUNDEE. 



Workshops and Depository — South Ward Road. 



clXSX Departments. KeX^ 

Furniture. Prams and Cots, 

Carpets. Mantelpieces. 

Linoleums. Fireplaces. 

Curtains. Household Ironmongery. 

Soft Furnishings. Gardening Tools. 

Household Linens. Cutlery. 

Bedsteads. Glass and China. 

Bedding. Pottery Wear. 



Removals conducted by Road, Rail or Sea 



TELEPHONE No. 4141. TELEGRAMS: "Furniture, 

Dundee." 



'Phone 174 Forfar 

CHARLES 

& SONS 
Seedsmen 

52 WEST HIGH STREET 

FOR^FA R 



GARDEN & FARM SEEDS 

and Everything for the Gardener. 

NURSERY STOCK 

of the very Finest Quality, write for 
Price Lists. 

BULBS in Season. 
GLADIOLI SPECIALISTS. 
GARDEN FE^TILISg^ 

(IRVINE'S SPECIAL) 

A Skilfully Compounded and well- 
balanced Manure. 

7 lbs. 1/6, 14 lbs. 2/9, 28 lbs. 5/, 56 lbs. 9/6, 112 lbs. 18/. 



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ROYAL BURGH OF FORFAR. 

A.R.P. 

COMMITTEE FROM TOWN COUNCIL. 

Provost L. E. Hill, Bailie A. C. Smyth, Mrs Allardice, 

A. W. Barclay, A. M. Lowson, The Hon. Bruce Ogilvy, 

S. R. Irvine, Convener. 

♦ 

LIST OF AIR RAID WARDENS. Pho „eNos. 

Adamson, Mrs E. M., 29 Lilybank Crescent 

Allan, James, 10 Lilybank Crescent 415, 154 

Allan, Thomas T., Nilebank, Rosebank Road 

Allardice, Frank, 72 Lilybank Crescent 

Awburn, Norman W., Gowanbank 

Barclay, Arthur W., Castle Halls 

Bell, David D., 66 Dundee Road 

Bernard, William D., Strathyre, Lour Road 

Bertram, W. A., Restalrig, South Street 10 

Bissett, David, Cruachan, Lour Road 246, 71 

Boath, William, 18 South Street 

Braid, Charles, 1 Albert Street 

Brown, George, 22 Don Street 

Brown, Miss Margaret E., 40 Lour Road 

Brown, Ogilvie, 35 Lilybank Crescent 

Bruce, Andrew E., 3 West High Street 230 

Bruce, Norman, 23 Easterbank 253 

Cable, George, Adecea, 17 Taylor Street 49 

Caird, Andrew B., 39 Albert Street 

Callander, David, 19 Robertson Terrace 168 

Campbell, William, 34 Lilybank Crescent 

Carver, Harry C, Roselea, Taylor Street 193 

Chalmers, David M., Mansefield, St. James' Road 

Clark, Charles, Westbv House, West High Street 366 

Clark, James D., 137£ East High Street 

Coutts, Mrs S. L., Kenilworth, Brechin Road 96 

Crabbe, Charles, 67 Glamis Road 

Crofts, James, 58 East High Street 323 

Cumming, Robert, 17 Roberts Street North 6 

Donald, Alexander, 35 Castle Street 



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LIST OF AIR RAID WARDENS (contd.) 

Phone Nos. 

Duncan, William, 95 Graham Crescent 

Elder, Fred, 3 North Street 

Esslemont, Fred, 52 St. James' Road 

Ferguson, Charles, 39 West High Street 

Ferrier, David, 9 Albert Street 

Findlay, Charles W., Ferryton Cottage, Lour Road 

Fleming, John, Cherrybank, Lour Road 103 

Forbes, Alexander, 49 Nursery Street 

Gordon, George, Brynteg, Wyllie Street 126 

Gourdie, John W., Briar Cottage, Wyllie Street 73 

Graham, Andrew, 28 Castle Street 316 

Guthrie, Miss Agnes M., 7 John Street 

Hardie, John, Dalmore, Prior Road 438, 88 

Harman, James, 99 Queen Street 

Harris, Daniel, 22 Albert Street 386 

Henderson, James, 68 Castle Street 286 

Irvine, Mrs B. C, Annfield, Manor Street 174 

Jamieson, William A., 162 East High Street 468 

Jarvis, Charles, 54 Castle Street 192 

Jarvis, W. Sydney, 31 Lour Road 353 

Johnstone, Harry McC, Gowanbank 437 

Kerr, Robert, 26J West High Street 

Kydd, David S., 99 Queen Street 

Laing, Ian S., 24 East High Street 337 

Laird, David C, 126 Dundee Loan 

Lamb, Miss Grace, 8 Peffer's Place 

Lee, Edward W., 8 North Street 

Lee, James A., Acadia, Robertson Terrace 

Liddle, James, 21 Lilybank Crescent 

Lowson, Albert M., Salutation Hotel, East High Street 55 

Lowson, Allan, 64 Dundee Road 

Lowson, William F., 67 West High Street 17 

Macintosh, Miss Jean A., 70 Dundee Road 

MacNeill, Hugh W., 56 Castle Street 440 

McDonald, Mrs Catherine, 33 Lilybank Crescent 

McGill, Samuel, National Bank House, Cross 221 

McKenzie, John, Woodbank, Service Road 

McKenzie, Victor, 27 Lilybank Crescent 

McLaren, Fred. D. R., Reid Park Road 

McNeish, Robert, 26$ West High Street 

McPherson, David B., Manor Place, Manor Street 338, 194 



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LIST OF AIR RAID WARDENS (contd.) 

Phone Nos. 

Millar, James, Reid Hall Lodge 

Millikin, William, 9 Lily bank Crescent 486 

Moffat, Douglas, 22 King's Road, Easterbank 

Moir, Charles W., Bank of Scotland, East High Street 234 

Moir, David E., 49 North Street 

Morris, James, 22 Green Street 156 

Murray, Allan D., Clovella, Taylor Street 

Myles, James, 126 Dundee Loan 

Neill, Ralph, 161 East High Street 

Nicoll, John, 5 Roberts Street 

Patterson, William, 44 West High Street 

Patullo, David, 18 Victoria Street 240 

Petrie, James M., Floralbank, Wyllie Street 236 

Preston, David, 15 Montrose Road 

Rae, George W. L., 3 Glamis Road 

Ramsay, Robert S., 55 West High Street 

Rattray, Alex. H., Linbethnor, Taylor Street 228 

Rattray, William A., 17 Muir Street, Zoar 

Reid, John, 6 Jamieson Street 

Rennet, Miss Dorothy E., 80 West High Street 

Ritchie, James, Hampden, Gowanbank 89 

Robertson, Andrew, 33| Glamis Road 

Robertson, Arch., 1 Southview Terrace, Roberts Street 46 

Robertson, David P., 10b Watt Street 

Robertson, William C., 156| East High Street 

Rodger, William, 2 Canmore Street 44 

Rodger, Mrs William, 2 Canmore Street 

Saddler, John C, 96 North Street 282 

Scott, George, 12 John Street 

Scott, Robert B., 84 East High Street 

Shepherd, Miss Frances M. C, 17 Green Street 

Shepherd, William, 41 Castle Street 108 

Small, David E., 24 Green Street 134 

Small, Thomas, 16 Prior Road 124 

Smith, Frank S., 12 Easterbank 

Smith, John A., Royal Bank House, East High Street 80 

Sorley, William, 156| East High Street 

Soutar, George, Chapelpark, Academy Street 

Stewart, Alexander, 15 Yeaman Street 98 

Stewart, David, 10 Stark's Close, West High Street 

Stewart, James R., Westlea, Taylor Street 410 



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LIST OF AIR RAID WARDENS (contd.) 

Phone Nos. 

Stewart, Miss Isabella K., 158 East High Street 

Strachan, Allan, 6 Roberts Street, North 194 

Strachan, James D., Alton, Wyllie Street 430 

Strachan, John P., 16 Victoria Street 

Sturrock, Allan, Westview, Wyllie Street 

Sutherland, James, 21 Brechin Road 

Tait, Mrs W. S. Maxwell, Averon, Jamieson Street 

Taylor, David B., 2 Lilybank Crescent 

Westwood, Andrew, 4 West High Street 

Whyte, Alfred C, Roukendale, Taylor Street 

Wilson, Alexander, South Whitehills 

Wilson, Dyce, 20 West High Street 

Wood, Albert, 8 Arbroath Road 

Wood, A. S., Trebor, St. James' Road 23 



A.R.P. SERVICES 

(including - Whitehills and Gowanbank). 
There have been enrolled as Volunteers — 211 Males and 109 
Females. They have volunteered as Air Raid Wardens ; 
First-Aid Parties; First-Aid Post Staffs; Ambulance Drivers 
and Assistants; Rescue, Demolition, and Clearance of Debris 
Parties; Repairs Parties ; Decontamination Parties ; Clerks, 
Messeng-ers, and Storemen ; and for Assembly of Respirators ; 
and others. 

PREMISES to be used as follows :— 
Report Centre, .... Town House 

First-Aid Post, . . . Masonic Rooms 

First-Aid Parties Depots, Morrison's Garage, Little 

Causeway, and East, North, and West Schools 
Rescue, Auxiliary Fire Services, Demolition 

and Clearance of Debris Parties-* Morrison's Garage 

Cleansing Station for A. R. P. Services, . The Baths 

Decontamination and Repair Parties, 

Cleansing Yard, Castle Street 
Decontamination of Vehicles, 

Station Works, Service Road 
Headquarters for Chief and Head Wardens, Town Hall 

Respirators Depots, . East School, Reid Hall, and 

West Church Scouts' Hall 






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DIRECTORY OF TRADES & PROFESSIONS. 



Every endeavour has been made to make this List correct. 

Inaccuracies and omissions on being pointed out will be corrected for next issue. 

Advertisers' Names appear in dark type. 



Aerated Water Manufacturers 
Campbell & Co., Chapel street 
Rattray, James, West High street 

Architects 

Soutar & Findlay, 67 Castle street 
Waterston & Graham, 34 Castle street 

Auctioneers 
Doig, James, Canmore Furniture Halls, 
Castle street 

Scott 6t Graham Ltd. , Market street 
Strathmore Auction Co. Ltd. , Station road 

Eakers 
Anderson, James, 30 West High street 

Allardice, John, 78 Castle street 
Anderson, Mrs, 100 West High street 
Anderson & Co. , 74 East High street 
Boath, Mrs, 83 East High street 
Byres, William, 76 West High street 
Cameron, George, 82 West High street 
Central Bakery, 12 Castle street 
Dear, John, 6 William street 
East Port Association, 133 East High 

street— Frank Prophet, Manager. 
Elder, Thomas & Sons, East Port Corner 

and 3 Queen street 
Forfar United Co-operative Society Ltd. 

180 East High street. W. Anderson, 

manager. 
Hunter, Fergus, 11 South street 
Keillor. James & Son Ltd., Cross 
Low, Wm. & Co., 105 Castle street 
Malcolm, Nicoll, 113^ East High street 
M'Laren, J., & Son, 22 to 26 Market st. 
Northern Association, ill Castle street 

— Ernest Mann, manager 
Patterson Brothers, 48 West High street 
Saddler, James, 35 East High street 
Saddler," William, 96 North street 
Sturrock & Son, 10 West High street 

and 50 East High street 
West Town-End Association, 118 West 

High street— W. Bell, manager. 

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Blacksmiths and 
Agricultural Engineers 

Falconer, David & Son, 20 North street 
Guthrie, William, 22 Castle street 
Kirkwood, William, Queen's Well Lane 
Mackintosh, James, 14b North street 
Small, Peter, 15 Queen street 
Wilson, Alexander, Queen's Well Lane 

Booksellers and Stationers 

Adamson, John B. , 109 Castle street 
Farquharson, Adam, 104 East High 

street 
Laing, John S., 26-28 East High street 
Lawrance, James, 86 East High street 
Petrie, John, 127 East High street 
Shepherd, W., 39 Castle street 
Simpson, Charles, East Port 

Boot and Shoemakers 

Black, James, 27 South street 
Brown, Ogilvie, 130 East High street 
Bruce, G. R., 96 Castle street 
Clark, W. B., East High street 
Cruickshanks, Wm., 19 Osnaburg street 
Dunn, John A., 36 Castle street 
Forfar United Co-operative Society Ltd. 

13 Cross 
Geddes, R., Couttie's Wynd 
Greenlees & Sons, 45 Castle street 
Guild, David, 17 West High Street 
Kidd, D. K., 19 Manor street 
Low, Thomas, Prior road 
M'Intosh, W. , 19 South street 
M'Kay, A, & Son, 84 Castle street 
M'Laren, Robert. 30 Dundee loan 
M'Leay, D. , 102 Castle street 
Milne, John, Roberts street 
Patterson, W. & Sons, 86 Castle street 
Smith, Robert, 87! East High street 
Stewart, Gilbert, 19 Green street 
Stewart, M. & J., 80a West High street 
Thornton, D. P., 30 Castle street 
Tyler, H. P., 64 Castle street 



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Brokers 

Bruce, James, no Castle street 

Doig, James, Castle street 

Shepherd, James & Son, 63 Castle street 

Builders and Quarrymasters 
Adamson, Alex. & Son, Acharn, Rose- 
bank road 
Findlay, R. L. & Co., Wyllie street 
Laird, C. & D., 59 South street 
Liddle & Calder, 67 Queen street 
Milne & Stewart, Robertson terrace 

'Bus Services 
Alexander's, Montrose 
Scottish Motor Traction Co. Ltd., 93 East 
High street 

Butchers 
Coutts Brothers, 89 Castle street 
Coutts, William, jun., 38 West High st. 
Craik, Robert F., 5h Glamis road 
Eaton & Fyfe, 42 Castle street 
Edwards, Mrs, 139 East High street 
Forfar United Co-operative Society Ltd. 

165 East High street and 85 West 

High street 
Greenhill, J. D., 153 East High street 
Kinloch, James T. , Cross 
Liddle & Sons, 79 East High street 
Petrie, David B., 99 East High street 
Reid, Robert, 45^ West High street 
Samson, David, East High street 
Scott, John, 116 West High street 
Strachan, John, 67 East High street 
Troup, James, 92^ West High street 
Watt, Robert, 69 North street 
Wood, A. S., 107 East High street 

Carriers 
Bruce, Douglas W., 23 Castle street 
Callander, David, Ltd., Roberts street 
Ritchie Brothers, 9 Castle street 

Carters 
Callander, David, Ltd., Roberts street 

Cook, James, 22 Arbroath road 
Cook, Joseph, 10 East High street 
Farquharson, Alex., Teuchat Croft 
Gibson, Skene B., East End Garage 

Millar, George, 123a Castle street 
Millar, William, 7 Chapel street 

Chartered Accountants 

Robertson, Andrew, 52 East High street 
Syme, Johnstone, & Co., 62 Castle street 

Chimney Sweeps 

Brown, George, 16 Nursery street 
Henderson, David, 38 Graham Crescent 



China Merchants 

Bruce, James, Castle street 

Shepherd, James & Son, 63 Castle Street 

Chiropodists 

Cunnison, Miss I., 19 East High street 
Watt, Mrs J., 48 Castle street 

Cinemas. 
Pavilion, Queen street 
Regal, 54 East High street 

Clergymen 

Bell, Rev. David M. , The Manse 
Bullman, Rev. W. , 8 Lilybank Crescent 
Copland, Rev. Alex., The Parsonage 
Helm, Rev. Thomas, St. James' Manse 
MacDiarmid, Rev. W. H., Lowson Mem- 
orial Manse 
Shields, Rev. M. B., West Manse 
Wilson, Rev. Alfred, Brechin road 

Coal and Lime Merchants 

Cook, James, 22 Arbroath road 

Forfar Co-operative Coal Society — Donald 

Ross, Glamis road, Secretary 
Muir, Thos., Son, & Patton, Ltd., Castle 

street 
Smith, Hood, & Co. Ltd., Old Station, 

Victoria street 
Strachan, A. D., Old Station, Victoria st, 
Victoria Co-operative Coal Society — John 

Fyfe, East High street, Secretary 

Confectioners 

Adamson, Robert K., o.\ West High street 
Alexander, Mrs, Albert street 
Anderson, Geo. L., 5 Castle street 
Annand, James, 47 West High street 
Boath, Mrs M., 85 East High street 
Brechin, Mrs, Brechin road, Zoar 
Brown, Miss, 141 East High street 
Brown, William, 100 Dundee loan 
Bruce, Edward, 13 Osnaburg street 
Central Bakery, 12 Castle street 
Chalmers, Miss L., 61 North street 
Clark, Misses, 36 East High street 
Crabb, Mrs, 67 Glamis road 
Dick, Mrs W. , 72 East High street 
Duff, Betsy, 24 North street 
Duncan, Miss E. K., 108 Castle street 
Duncan, Mrs J., 63 Queen street 
Edwards, Miss, 19 West High street 
Edwards, Miss Jean, 81 North street 
Elder, Thomas, & Sons, 3 Queen street 
Farquharson, Miss M., 88 West High st 
Ferguson, Mrs Jessie, 54 Dundee loan 
Forsyth, George, 93a West High street 
Fortura, L. , 55 Castle street 



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Haggart, C. , 144 East High street 
Hill, Helen, 95 West High street 
Johnston, Miss E. P., 100 Castle street 
Keillor, James & Son Ltd., Cross 
Lowson, Miss J., 8 South street 
Lowson, Mrs, Brechin road, Zoar 
Malcolm, Nicoll, 143A East High street 
Maxwell, Miss A., 8 Castle street 
M'Coll, R. S., Ltd., 18 Castle street 
M'Gregor, N. D. , 77 East High street 
McKenzie, Miss, 31 East High street 
M'Laren, J., & Son, 24 & 26 Market st. 
M'Lean, George, 156 East High street 
Macneill, H. Wright, 56 Castle street 
Middleton, T., 174 East High street 
Milne, M., i20 West High street 
Milne, Robert, 9 Queen street 
Morris, Jane, 20 William street 
Oakley, Norman, Watt street 
Piggot, Mrs F. , 125- Castle street 
Ramsay, Hannah, 6ii West High street 
Ramsay, Miss Jean, 58 East High street 
Rattray, Mrs, 90 Dundee loan 
Reid, B. & I., 51 West High street 
Reid, Peter (Forfar) Ltd., 51 Castle street 
Robertson, Mrs ]., 129 East High street 
Rough, Mrs, 10 St. James' road 
Saddler, James, 35 East High street 
Saddler, Miss, 97 Castle street 
Saddler, William, 96 North Street 
Samson, John R. , 52 North street 
Stewart, Jack, 103 East High street 
Sturrock, Mrs I., 2 Watt street 
Sutherland, Mrs Jean, 12^ North street 
Taylor, Mrs C. , 22 South street 
Thomson, Mrs, 37 South street 
Wakeford, Leonard, Gordon street 
Wakeford, Thomas, 2 Arbroath road 
Walker, Miss, 17 South street 
Whyte, Misses, 172b East High street 
Whyte, Mrs C, 108 East High street 
Young, Miss Jean, 159 East High street 
Young, Miss Jessie D. , 38 Prior road 

Cowfeeders and Dairymen 

Anderson, A., Southbank 

Barrie, W. , Ladlewell 

Black, George, 6 Dundee loan 

Butchart, R. , Quarrybank 

Clark, D. , 152 East High street 

Christie, A., Bankhead 

Craik, Jas. , Lilybank 

Douglas, George, 10 South street 

Duthie, J. S. , Orchardbank 

Farquharson, A., Teuchat Croft 

Fife, E. D. K., Carseburn 

Fletcher, J. , Moss-side of Lour 

Greenhill, J. D. , Caldhamebank 

Greenhill, Joseph D., 27 Glamis road 

Kemp, S. , Newdyke 



Kettles, James, Hillside 

Low, Mrs A., Chapel Croft 

M'Leod, A., 20 North street 

Michie, Henry, Albert street 

Mungall, J., East Mains of Craichie 

Murison, J., Meadows 

Rennie, Thos , Carnegie Ward, Carmyllie 

Richardson, F. , Myreside, Restenneth 

Robb, William, Northampton 

Simpson, Mrs, 7 Arbroath road 

Soutar, A., Suttieside 

Taylor, W. , Newdyke 

Thomson, W. , Nether Balgillo, Tannadice 

Walker, James, Muir road 

Wilson, A., East Mains of Carseburn 



Curriers and Leather Merchants 

Balfour, Wm. & Son, 57 Castle street 

Ferguson & Whitson, Academy st. (tanners) 
Whyte, John, & Sons, Castle street (tanners) 



Cycle Agents 

Bruce, George, 95 East High street 
Ednie & Eininmonth, 16 Castle street 
Fearn, James, 118 East High street 
Fraser & Sons, 55 West High street 
Hill, John, 28A West High street 
Irons, D. , & Sons, Castle street 
Stewart, Charles, 154 East High street 
Wishart, W„ 115 Castle street 



Dental Surgeons 

Anderson, A. T., 71 East High street 
Murray, A. Boyd, 16 Castle street 
Whyte, G. F., 87! East High street 

Drapers 

Anderson's, 74 Castle street 
Brown, John, 140 East High street 
Dalgety, Alex., & Son, 55 East High st. 
Doig, W. L. & Son, 20 East High street 
Duncan J. L., 21 East High street 
Esson & Napier, 162 East High street 
Forfar United Co-operative Society Ltd., 

145 to 149 East High street 
Hogg, Mrs Agnes H. , 67a North street 
Jarvis Brothers, 48 Castle street 
Lindsay, J. & W. , 71-79 North street 
Marshall, R. S. , no West High street 
M'Kinnon, John, 66 Castle street 
Pool, W. G. , 1 & 3 Castle street 
Roberts, John, 84 West High street 
Roberts, John & Son, 41-43 East High st. 
Roberts, W. & Son, 170 East High st. 
Sangster, Miss, 9 South street 
Troup, A., 26 Castle street 



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Dressmakers, Milliners, &c. 

*Boath, Alice, 128 East High street 
Brown, John, 140 East High street 
Calder, Miss Jessie, 1 16 Dundee loan 
Dalgety, Alex., & Son, 55 East High st. 
Dewar, Miss, 49 West High street 
Doig, W. L. & Son, 20 East High street 
Duncan, J. L., 21 East High street 
Eggie, Miss M., 3 Canmore street 
Ferguson, Miss, Linden House, Brechin rd. 
Jarvis Brothers, 48 Castle street 
Lindsay, J. & W. , 71-79 North street 
*Ormond, Miss A., 49 East High street 
Pool, W. G. , 1 and 3 Castle street 
Ramsay, Miss, 49 North street 
Roberts, W. & Son, 170 East High st. 
*Suttie, Miss, 49 Castle street 

*Milliners 

Druggists 
Abel, John R., & Co., Cross 

Brown, George W., 119 East High street 
Boyle, J. W. , 54 West High street 
Caird, Henry W, 69 East High street 
Macfarlane, M., 19 East High street and 

38 Castle street 
Smith, Charles M., 45 East High street 

Electricians 
Bremner Brothers, 152 East High street 
Hosie, James, 93^ North street 
Milne, W. & Sons, 11 East High street 

Sangster, A. , 34 Castle street 

Fishmongers 
Birnie, William, 8 East High street 
Maxwell, L. & D., Cross 
Direct Fish Supply, 124a East High st. 

Stewart, Alexander, 6 West High street 

Fruit Merchants & Green Grocers 
Anderson, Geo. L., 5 Castle street 
Campbell, Miss, 99a East High street 

Clark, Misses, 36 East High street 
Duff, I. & W. , 92 Castle street 
Duncan, Miss E. K., 108 Castle street 
Forfar United Co-operative Society Ltd. 

66 East High street 
Macneill, H. Wright, 56 Castle street 
Morrison, J. B. , Market place (wholesale) 
Philips D., 11 West High street 
Stirling, William, 106 West High street 
Taylor, Mrs C. , 22 South street 
Whyte, Misses, 172b East High street 

Furniture Dealers 
Davie, R. M., 33 Castle street 
Doig's Sale Rooms, Castle Street 

Hanick, Jane, 94 East Highstreet 



Stewart, Alex. , 142 East High street 
Stewart, David, 25 Queen street 

Game Dealers 

Birnie, William, 8 East High Street 
Maxwell, L. & D., Cross 

Stewart, Alexander, 6 West High street 

Gardeners (Jobbing) 

Arnot, C. & Son, Rosebank Nursery 
Barclay, Ross, & Hutchison Ltd., 46-48 

Castle street 
Duff, I. & W. , 90 Castle street 
Forsyth, William, 2 Easterbank 
Kydd, George, Stark's Close, West High 

street 
Laird, William, Whitehills 
Low, Alexander, 63 West High street 
M'Kenzie, Kenneth, 55 West High street 
Nicoll, George, 1 New road 
Robbie & Nicoll, 37 Castle street 

Gardeners (Market) 

Coghill, James, North Whitehills 
Gibson, J., Mid Langlands 
Harris, Charles, 120 Dundee road 
Jolly, William, Gowanbank 
Kinmond, W. , Caldhame 
Milne, William, Bowriefauld 
Small, William, Viewmount 
Steele, Alex. , Manor street 
Strathdee, James, Kingsmuir 
Tulloch, R., Letham Fruit Farm 
Watson, James, Cherry field 

Grocers (not Licensed) 

Bruce, Norman, 113 East High street 
Buttercup Dairy Co., 1 195 East High street 
East Fort Association, 133 East High st. 

— Frank Prophet, manager 
Elder, Thomas & Sons, East Port Corner 
Ferguson, Mrs, 32a Dundee Loan 
Forfar United Co-operative Society Ltd. 

180 East High street, 70 East High 

st., 2 John st., and 85 West High st. 
Liptons Ltd., 29 Castle street 
Low, Wm, & Co., 103-107 Castle st., 15 

East High st., & 106 West High st 
Northern Association, 111 Castle street 

— Ernest Mann, manager 
Patterson Bros., 50^ West High street 
Philips, D., 13 West High street 
Roberts, Geo., 72 Castle st. & 95 North st. 
Spence, J. & J., 16 Brechin road 
West Town End Association, 118 West 

High street— W. Bell, manager 



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Grocers (Licensed) 
Abel, John R., & Co., 44 East High street 
Bruce, A. E., 80 Castle street 
Dorward, J. E., 40 West High street 
Esson, W. F. S., 162 East High street 
Hudghton, Frederick, 19 Glamis road 
Johnston Ltd., 12 East High street 
Martin, James, & Sons, 34 Castle street 
Melvin/B. & M., 17, 19,' & 21 Castle st. 
Nicoll, James, 121 & 123 East High st. 
Thorn, James, 36 Prior road 

Hair Dressers 

Clark, Alexander, 40 East High street 
Clark, Charles, 31 West High street (L) 
Dorothy, 88 Castle street (L) 
Esplin, W. F. , 4J West High street 
Ferguson, F. , 104 Castle street (L) 
Hampton, J., 91 We-st High street 
Harris, Daniel, 80c West High street (L) 
Johnson, M. W. , 48 Castle street (L) 
Low, Allan, 87 Castle street 
Meldrum, F. , 178 East High street (L) 
Milne, John, 4 Albert street 
Neave, George, 163 East High street 
Neave, W. , 10 North street (L) 
Patullo, David, 168 East High street (L) 
Petrie, James M., 98 North street (L) 
Petrie, Robert, 138 East High street 
(L) Ladies 

Halls 

Co-Operative Hall, Couttie's Wynd 

Drill Hall, New road 

Forfar Palais, Castle street 

Kirkton Hall, Academy street 

Masonic Rooms, Little Causeway 

Meffan Institute Hall, West High street 

Old Parish Church Hall, Chapel street 

Reid Hall, Castle street 

St. James' Hall, St. James' road 

St. John's Church Hall, Green street 

Town Hall, Cross 

Y.M.C.A. Hall, Couttie's Wynd 

Hosiery and Wool Shops 
Cameron, Miss, 33 West High street 
hj Cowie & Campbell, 106a Castle street 
Macdonald, M. , 89 East High street 
Muckart, Mrs, 83 North street 
Nairn, Miss I., 56 East High street 
Peters, Mrs E. , 34 West High street 
Roberts, John & Son, 43 East High st. 
Sangster, Miss, 9 South street 
Stewart, Miss, 15 West High street 
Sturrock & Watt, Misses, 40 Castle st. 

Hotels 
it j Cumming, Charles, Railway Hotel 
Fraser, Farquhar, County Hotel 



Gove, Frank, Station Hotel 

Henderson, Mrs, Stag Hotel 

Lowson, Albert M., Salutation Hotel 

Mann, J. P., Royal Hotel 

Stewart, G. (Temperance), 32 Castle st. 

Walker, James, Jarman's Hotel 

Innkeepers 

Bowman, A., Forfar Arms, East Port 
Dewar, William, West End Bar, 101 West 

High street 
Ferrier, Harry, 26 West High street 
Henderson, Thomas, Osnaburg street 
Killacky, John, Queen's, Cross 
Lyall, James L. , Granite Bar, Castle street 
Marra, T. A., The Central, Castle street 
M'Lean, David, Strathmore Bar, 112-4 

West High street 
Milne, George, Strangers' Inn, 12 Castle st. 
Petrie, A. W. , Volunteer Arms 
Robertson, John A., 2-4 Don street 
Ross, Miss M. W. , Zoar 
Shepherd, James Craig, Masons' Arms, 105 

East High street 
Smith, James R., 47 Dundee loan 
Todd, D. H.M., Burns' Tavern, East Highst. 
Westwood, And., Reid Park Bar, 43 West 

High street 
Wilkie, T. H., 47 Queen street 
Wilson, Miss Mary, 155 East High street 
Wood, J. B. , Auction Mart Inn, 89 North st. 

Insurance Companies 
Caledonian Insurance Co. Ltd., Dundee 
General Accident Corporation, 34 Castle 
street 

Pearl Assurance Co. Ltd., 119 Castle street 
Prudential Insurance Co. Ltd., 14 West 
High street 

Ironmongers 

Arnot, James M., 11 Castle street 
Barclay, Ross, & Hutchison Ltd., 46-48 

Castle street 
Ednie & Kininmonth, 16 Castle street 
Irons, David. & Sons, 22 Castle street 
Robbie & Nicoll, 37 Castle street 

Joiners and Cabinetmakers 
Bain, Alexander, 26i West High street 
Farquharson, James, Chapel street 
Hay, Alex. & Co. , 99 East High street 
Low, William, 17 Watt street 
Milne, Ernest, 29 East High street 
Potter, Norman A., 135 East High street 
Robertson, Wm. C, 12 Green street 
Samson, James, Western Sunnyside 
Stewart, Alex., 142 East High street 
Stewart, David, 25 Queen street 
Watt, Frank, 176 East High street 



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Manufacturers and Spinners 

Boath, John, jun. , & Co., Academy street 
Works — L. B. Coutts, works manager 

Craiks Limited, Manor Works — D. Croal, 
works manager 

Don Bros. , Buist & Co. , Ltd. , St. James' 
road Works, and Station Works — 
Frank Thomson, works manager 
Strang street Mill — D. Thomas, works 
manager 

Lowson, John, jun., & Co. Ltd., Victoria 
Works 

Moffat & Son Limited, Forfar and Haugh 
Works — Arch. Tyrie, works manager 

Medical Practitioners 

Burgess, G. C, Rosehill 

Telephone No. 83 
Cable, J. Ewen, 53 East High street 

Telephone No. 122 
Kerr, Andrew, Eastbourne House 

Telephone No. 99 
Myles, David, 59 East High street 
Telephone No. 53 
Sinclair, N. J. , County Medical Officer, 
Laurel Bank, St. James' road 
Telephone No. 85. 

Motor Engineers and Hirers 
Callander, David, Ltd., Roberts street 
Cumming, Charles, Railway Hotel 
Davidson, Robert, Montrose Road 
Fearn, James, 118 East High. st. [st. 
Fraser, John & Sons, 70-74 West High 
Gibson, Skene B., East End Garage 
Morrison, William, Little Causeway 
Mungall, A. T., Ltd., Castle street 
Robertson, Archie, Ltd., Castle street 

Music Sellers 
Larg & Sons (Dundee) Ltd., Whitehall 
street, Dundee 

Methven Simpson Ltd., 88 East High st. 

Music Teachers 

Bernard, W. P., Lour road 
Burns, Miss Emily, 68 Castle street 
Forster, Claude, Robertson Terrace 
Guild, Norman Craik, too East High st. 
Kydd, David I., 99 Queen street 
M'Laren, Miss J., Victoria street 
Murdoch, Misses, 16 Castle street 
Saddler, Miss, 14 St. James' road 
Thornley, Philip S. , 39 Lilybank Crescent 

Newsagents 

Adamson, John B. , 109 Castle street 
Edwards, Miss, 19 West High street 
Esplin, Miss, 94 Castle street 



Farquharson, Adam, 104 East High st. 
Laing, John S., 26 East High street 

Lawrance, James, 86 East' High street 
Milne, M., 120 West High street 
Niven, T. H., 94 North street 
Petrie, John, 127 East High street 
Samson, William, 93 West High street 
Shepherd, W., 39 Castle street 
Simpson, Charles, East Port 
Young, Miss Jessie D. , 38 Prior road 

Newspaper Offices 
Dundee Courier & Advertiser, Town House 
Forfar Dispatch (Wednesdays), 85 East 
High street 

Nurserymen 

Arnot, C. & Son, Rosebank Nursery 
Barclay, Ross, & Hutchison Ltd., Sheriff 

Park 
Duff, I. & W., West Craig, Halkerton, and 

Pitscandly Nurseries 
Gibson, J., Mid Langlands 
Meldrum, D. & Sons, The Skipps 
Meldrum, James, Meldrums Nurseries, 

Kingsmuir 
Robbie & Nicoll, 37 Castle street 
Smith, D. W. , Frogha' Nursery 
Smith, John & Co., Dundee road 

Opticians (Registered) 
Macfarlane, M., 19 East High street and 

38 Castle street 
Scott, James, 151 East High street 

Painters 
Barclay, T. & Son, 22-24 West High st. 
Fyfe, J. S., 137 East High street 
Henderson, A. & Son, 83 Castle street 

M'Kenzie, Charles, 102 Castle street 
M'Kenzie, John, 64 North street 
M'Laren, William, 109b Castle street 
Rodger, David, & Son, 13 East High st. 

Thorn, Alex., 14b North street 

Plasterers 
Adams & Russell, 30 South street 
Milne, William W., Academy street 
Nevay, J. & Son, Castlehill, Canmore st. 

Plumbers and Tinsmiths 

Blair, Skene, 122 East High street 
Langlands, David & Sons, Queen street 
M'Laren, Alex. & Sons. Academy street 
Milne, W. & Sons, 11 East High street 
Petrie, George, 27 West High street 
Smart, Allan, 135i East High street 
Whyte, Alexander, 20 John street 



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Potato Merchants 

Forfar Potato Co. Ltd. , 70 Castle street 
Maxwell, G. & D. , Market street 
Morrison. J. B. , Market place 
Robbie & Nicoll, 37 Castle street 

Poultry Dealers 
Birnie, William, 8 East High street 
Direct Fish Supply, 124 East High st. 
Maxwell, L. & D., Cross 

Stewart, Alexander, 6 West High street 

Printers 
Forfar Press, Osnaburg street 
M'Pherson, Oliver, 85 East High street 
Shepherd, W., 39 Castle street 

Refreshment Rooms 

Aberdein, Mrs, 11 Castle street 
Adamson, Robert K., 2i West High st. 
Elder, Thomas, & Sons, Queen street 
Keillor, James & Son Ltd., Cross 
M'Lareh, J., & Son, 24 & 26 Market st. 
Regal Cafe, 54 East High street 
Saddler, James, 35 East High street 
Saddler, William, 96 North street 
Stewart, Gordon, 34 Castle Street 
Stewart, J., 103 East High street 

Saddlers 

Harris, William, 18 West High street 
M 'Nicoll, Thomas, 1 West High street 

Seedsmen 

Arnot, James M., 11 Castle street 
Barclay, Ross, & Hutchison Ld. , Castle st. 
Ednie & Kininmonth, 14 Castle street 
Irons, David, & Sons, 22 Castle street 
Irvine & Sons, 52 West High street 
Meldrum, D. & Sons, The Skipps 
Meldrum, James, Nurseries, Kingsmuir 
Robbie & Nicoll, 37 Castle street 
Smith, D. W., Frogha' Nurseries 
Smith, John & Co. , Dundee Road 

Slaters 
Bruce, A. ft, 52 Prior road 
Kerr, J. & Son, Forfar and Kirriemuir 
Milne, David S., 47 Castle street 
Shepherd, A. & ft, Roberts street 
Shepherd, A. & Sons, 136 East High st. 

Solicitors 

Gordon, W. & J. S. , British Linen Com- 
pany Bank 

Lowson, T. C. , Anderson & Craig, 36a 
Castle street 

MacHardy, Alexander & Whyte, Municipal 
Buildings and Clydesdale Bank Bldgs. 

MacLean & Lowson, 109 Castle street 

Myles, J. & A. W., & Co., National Bank 
Buildings 

Young & Gray, 52 East High street 



Tailors and Clothiers 

Alexander. Claude, Ltd. , 61 Castle street 
Blues, Alexander, 4 West High street 
Dalgety, Alex., & Son, East High street 
Esson & Napier, 162 East High street 
Forfar United Co-operative Society Ltd., 

145 to 149 East High street 
Haxton & Co., 73 East High street 
Hepu orths Ltd. , 25 Castle street 
Jarvis Brothers, 48 Castle street 
Marshall, R. S. , no West High street 
M'Kinnon, John, 66 Castle street 
M'Phee, Duncan, 87 East High street 
Morrison, Joseph, 96 East High street 
Roberts, John, 84 West High street 
Roberts, W. & Son, 170 East High st. 
Samson, J., 28 West High street 
Simpson, Louis, 166 East High street 
Whyte, J. P., 44 Castle street 
Whyte, William, 1 Victoria street 
Wishart, W. & C. , 44 West High street 

Tobacconists 

Clark, Alexander, 40 East High street 
Clark, Charles, 19 West High street 
Esplin, Miss, 92 Castle street 
M'Gregor, N. D., 77 East High street 
Maxwell Miss A., 8 Castle street 
M'Kenzie, Miss, 31 East High street 
Middleton, Harry, Town House Buildings 
Murdoch, Matthew, 20 Castle street 
Niven, T. H., 94 North street 
Rae, George, 1 Glamis road 
Whitton, Miss A., 2 East High street 

Toy Merchants 

Lawrance, James. East High street 
Munro, Miss, 34 East High street 

Watchmakers 
Clark, John A., 40 Castle street 

Esslemont, F. , 42 East High street 
Strachan, John, 10 Cross 

Wireless Dealers 
Bennie, Ralph, 92 Castle street 
Bremner Bros., 152 East High street 
Hosie, James, 93i North street 

M'Nicoll, Thomas, 5 West High street 
Milne, W. & Sons, 11 East High street 
Sangster, A. , 34 Castle street 
Stewart, Charles, 154 East High street 

Wood Merchants 

Cook, James, 22 Arbroath road 

Muir, Thos., Son, & Patton Ltd., Castle 

street 
Smith, Hood, & Co., Ltd., Victoria street 
Strachan, A. D., Forfar Saw Mill 



FORFAR DIRECTORY. 



MISCELLANEOUS. 



Ballingall's Billiard Saloon, 126 East High 

street 
Black, Tames, house factor, 39 North street 
Blind, Royal Dundee Institution for the, 

30 High street, Dundee 
Brodlie, George & Sons, Forfar Twine 

Works, Chapel street 
Chillas, J. A., Sports' Outfitter, West High 

street 
Conner, E. , Window Cleaner, Service road 
D.P.M. Cafe, 27 Reform street, Dundee 
Dunn, A. Stevenson, Piano Tuner, View- 
mount 
Forfar and District Steam Laundry 

Co. Ltd., Easter Bank 
Forfar Savings Bank, 60 Castle street 
General Billposting Co. , 57 West High st. 
Gas Corporation, N'orth street 
Inglis, T. M., M.R.c.v.s. , Ingleside 
Ingram, A. J. & Son, Tilelayers, &c, 27 

Strathmartine road, Dundee 
Kennedy & Co., Cloth Merchants, Chapel 

street 



Laing, D. M., Photographer, 46 and 48 
East High street 

Lowson & Nicoll, Ironfounders, Service 

road 
Mitchell, J. B., Brush Manufacturer, 20 

West High street 
Paterson, Wm., Picture Frame Maker 

and Photographer, 46 West High st. 
Ramsay & Son, Reed and Camb Makers, 

55 West High street 
Ross, Alex., Sculptor, Carseburn road 
Singer Sewing Machine Co. , 90 Castle st. 
Stevenson Bros. (Dundee), Dyers, &c. , 3 

East High street 
The Grampian Electricity Supply Co. Ltd., 

30 West High street 
Urquhart, Simon & Sons, Merchants, 

117b Castle street 
White, John & Sons, Scale Makers, 87 

North street 
Whyte, Alex., Coach Painter, 45 South 

street 
Wood, Miss H., Corsetiere, 9 Cross 



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Bank Holiday in Scotland 
B.B.C. Arabic service opd,. 1938 
England's 1st Rugbv vie over N 
F. Moon, 9.30 p.m. [Zealand, '36 
Epiphany. Fanny Burney d., '40 
Lord Horder born, 1871 



1st Sunday after Epiphany 

Ravel Capek born, 1890 
League of Nations founded, 1920 
Hilary Law Sittings begin 
Moon, Last Qtr., 1.10 p.m. 
Pr. Arthur of Con'ght b., 1883 
Lewis Carroll died, 1 



2nd Sun. a. Epiph. Oxford Hilary 
Camb. Lent T. begs. [T. begins 
Mr. Lloyd George born, 1863 
Capt. Scott at South Pole, 1912 
James Watt born, 1736 
King George V. died, 1936 
20. New Moon, 1.27 p.m. 



3rd Sunday after Epiphany 

22. Queen Victoria died, 1901 
Bishop Colenso born, 1814 
St. Paul. Robert Burns b., 1759 
Foundation Day, Australia, 1788 
Niagara Bridge collapsed, 1938 
Moon, First Qtr.. 3 p.m. 




4th Sunday after Epiphany 
King Charles I executed, 1649 
Princess Beatrix born, 1938 



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Part, and Pheas. Shooting ends 
Candlemas, Scottish Qtr. Day 
Kreisler, violinist born, 1875 
Full Moon, 7.55 a.m. 



Septuagesima Sunday 
Sir Henry Irving born, 1838 
Charles Dickens born, 1812 
Edna Lyall died, 1903 
Russo-Japanese war begun, '04 
11. Moon, Last Qtr., 4.12 a.m. 
King Farouk of Egypt horn, '20 



Sexagesima Sunday 

12. Charles Darwin born, 1809 
St. Valentine 

Earl of Oxford and Asquith d., 
G. M. Trevelyan b., 1876 [1928 
Sir Wilfred Laurier died. 1919 
19. New Moon, 8.28 a.m. 



Quinquagesima Sunday 

21. Geo. Lansbury born, 1859 

Shrove Tuesday 

Ash Wednesday 

Keats, poet, died, 1821 

Sir Samuel Hoare born, 1880 

Sir Christopher Wren d., 1723 



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Sir John Simon born, 1873 



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NIAGARA BRIDGE COLLAPSES UNDER ICE PRESSURE 



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HUNTING THE FOX 

How many hunting-men know why they 
iwear a scarlet coat? They might say it was 
in compliment to the Master; actually they 
jwear it in loyalty to the King. Scarlet is the 
icolour of the livery of the King. At one 
^''time no man might hunt, 
even on his own estate, 
without a licence from the 
^jCrown. He hunted at the 
King's pleasure, taking part 
in a royal sport by royal 
permission. While hunting 
he was a servant of the 
King, and, like other royal 
servants, wore the scarlet 
livery of the Crown. 

When the Royal Buck- 
hounds were in existence 
the followers wore scarlet, 
but the master wore green; 
they were the servants, 
but he was the representa- 
tive of the Sovereign. 

With the Old Berkeley 
both the huntsmen and 
whippers-in wear yellow 
coats, which have their 
origin in the tawny-orange 
liveries of the house of 
Fitzhardinge, Lords of 
Berkeley, who at some time 
obtained or assumed leave 
to substitute its livery for 
that of the King. 

The blue and buff coats of the Duke of 
Beaufort's Hunt are explained by the fact 
that the pack was staghounds until the fifth 
duke tried for a fox in Silk Wood on his way 
home from stag-hunting. Sportsmen have 
special terms for all that concerns the fox. 
The female is the "vixen," the young the 
"cubs," his head a "mask" or "pate," his 
I feet are "pads," and his tail a "brush." 

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GARDENING. 

JANUARY. 
Protect plants from frost by a 
covering of straw. When weather 
is suitable sow radish, spinach, 
and parsley. Beans and early 
peas may be sown in warm situ- 
ations. Persevere in the destruc- 
tion of weeds and vermin . Cover 
with hoops and mats hyacinths 
in beds and borders. Dig and 
trench. 

FEBRUARY. 



NIAGARA FALLS BRIDGE 

The "ice jam" on the Niagara River was 
worse in Janaury, 1938, than it had been since 
1909, and a strenuous fight was waged to 
save the first bridge below the Falls from the 
pressure of floes flung over precipices 165 feet 
deep to batter at its piers. 
The struggle failed, and 
the bridge collapsed. There 
was an awful roar as the 
span fell into the chasm, 
where it lay like a twisted 
skeleton on the ice-floes. 
The bridge will be missed, 
for ever since its erection 
in 1897 its thousand-foot 
span, linking the United 
States and Canada, has 
been the viewpoint for 
millions of visitors. 



Plant cuttings of gooseberries, n 
currants and raspberries. Earth ■• 
up winter greens. Sow earlv 
beans. Prune roses. Sow early 
carrots, turnips, and onions in 
light soil. Plant strawberries at 
end of month. Commence sow- 
ing of annuaU. This is the 
month fot propagating dahlias. 
Autumn-sown annuals may be 
transplanted. 



THE QUEEN 

Her Majesty the Queen, 
whose portrait is given on 
our front page, was Lady 
Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon, of 
the Scottish family of 
Strathmore, which goes 
back to the fourteenth 
century, and has played a 
considerable part in the 
history of this country. 
Her ancestral home is 
Glamis Castle, in Forfar- 
shire, the majestic pro- 
portions of which make the story quite 
creditable that when Prince Charles Edward 
slept there in 1715, eighty beds were made 
up for his followers. The marriage of the 
Lady Elizabeth with the Duke of York 
(King George VI) took place in 1923, and 
both as Duchess of York and as Queen 
Elizabeth her Majesty has won the hearts 
of the people to an exceptional degree. 







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5/. David. Ember Week 
1. Gabriele D'Annunzio d., 1938 
Sir Henry Wood born, 1869 
Lifeboat Institution est.. 18?4 



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2nd Sunday in Lent 
5. Full Moon, 6 p.m. 
Maurice Ravel born, 1875 
King William III died, 1702 
Ld. Maugham appt. L. Chan. '38 
11. D. of Adm. of Fleet Earl 
Oxfd. Hilary T. ends [Beattv. '36 



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3rd Sunday in Lent 

12. Moon, Last Qtr. 9.37 p.m. 

Fresh Water Coarse Fishing ends 

16. Sir Aus. Chamberlain d., '37 

Cambridge Lent Term ends 

St. Patrick. Bank Hoi. in Ireland 

Mr. N. Chamberlain b., 1869 



4th Sunday in Lent 

Henrik Ibsen born, 1828 

Spring commences 

21. New Moon, 1.49 a.m. 

R. A. Proctor, astron., b., 1837 

25. J. Drinkwater, poet, d., 1937 

Annunciation. Lady Day 



Passion Sunday 

26. W. E. H. Lecky, historian, b. 

M., Fst. Qtr., 12.16 p.m. [1838 

Charles Wesley died, 1788 

" Pickwick Papers " Celebration 

D. of Gloucester b., 1900 [1936 



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APRIL 



2. Battersea Rly accident, 1938 



Palm Sun. Kosciusko d., 1817 

Georges Ohnet born, 1848 

Full Moon, 4.18 a.m. 

Hilary Law Sittings end 

Maundy Thursday 

Good Friday 

9. Tokic-London flight. 1937 




Easter Day. P. Robeson b., 1898 
Easter Monday. Bank Holiday 
Moon, Last Qtr., 4.11 p.m. 
Chaliapia died, 1938 
Battle of Magdala, 1868 
Princess Beatrice born, 1857 
Matthew Arnold died, 1888 



Low Sunday. Summer Time begs 
16. Anglo-Italian Pact signed, '38 
Easter L. Sitts. beg. Camb. Easter 
N. Moon, 4.35 p.m. [T. begins 
Adolf Hitler born, 1889 
Princess Elizabeth b., 1926 
23. St. George. Oxfd. Trin. T. 



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Marie Corelli died, 1924 7 10 s 

St. Mark. Gallipoli Day 4 46 r 

Moon, First Qtr., 6.25 p.m. 7 13 s 

Herbert Spencer born, 1820 4 42 r 

Mutiny of the Bounty, 1789 7 16 s 

30. Preston N. E. won Cup. F. '38 4 38 r 
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HITLER'S TRIUMPHAL ENTRY INTO VIENNA 



STALKING THE DEER 

The requisites of a Scottish deer-forest are 
It wide extent of quiet ground, high mountain 
ops and corries, and plenty of moorland and 
pasture. In some cases, as in that of Mar 



HITLER ENTERS VIENNA 

Under threat of an armed invasion Herr 
Hitler forced Dr. Schuschnigg, the Austrian 
Chancellor, to abandon the plebiscite which 
was to determine whether Austria should 



ind Blackmount, the forest runs to many | become part of the German Reich. German 



housands of acres, but, 
whether large or small, 
here must be a sanctuary 
each. In 1812 there 
were only five forests in 
Scotland; but so rapidly 
lid the sport of deer- 
talking increase during the 
lineteenth century that by 
L905 the number of forests 
was 130. The statement is 
sometimes made that the 
Highland crofters were 
Iriven out of their lands 
n order that they might be 
itilised by the rich folk 
who wished to indulge in 
he sport of deer-stalking, 
out it was sheep-farming 
—and not in the first place 
afforestation for sport — that 
?ave rise to this movement, 
and it should be added that 
he decay of sheep-farming 
has, in turn, facilitated the 
xtension of the forests. 
Every year one sees an 
ixodus to Scotland of those 
nterested in deer-stalking as a sport. In 
both England and Scotland the King's nobles 
and the Church originally held special forest 
Jurisdiction of the most oppressive kind. 
Thus, in Scotland the forester might have 
to forfeit cattle and other goods found within 
the forest. In England the Norman lawyers 
pretended that all game belonged to the 
King. A chase was an open forest, not 
subject to special forest law ; a park was an 
enclosed chase on the owner's land. 



GARDENING. 

MARCH. 
The main crops of asparagus, 
cabbages, carrots, parsnips, pars- 
ley, onions, kidney beans, etc., 
may be sown this mnnih in open 
borders. Trees should be pruned 
and flowers protected. Sow tur- 
nips and savoys at tht beginn ing 
and again at the end of the 
month. Sow hollyhock, honey- 
suckle, etc. 

APRIL. 
Continue to sow asparagus, car- 
rots and onions. Sow seakale, 
beet and broccoli towards the end 
of the month. Stake up peas, 
plant potatoes, hoe and thin spin- 
ach, onions, turnips, etc. Sow 
main or successive crops of all 
hinds. Make up beds for cucum- 
bers and vegetable marrows. Sow ( 
more peas and broad beans. ) 



troops were assembled on 
the Austrian frontier ready 
, to help in "restoring order," 
/' and shortly afterwards, with 
400 warplanes overhead, 
and tanks preceding him, 
Herr Hitler made a tri- 
umphal entry into Braunau, 
where he was born, and 
afterwards into Vienna, 
where he had a tumultuous 
reception from thousands 
of people who had decided, 
under the threat of armed 
compulsion, that it was 
better to live under the 
German Reich than under 
the Austrian Republic. 



LONG LIFE 

The odds against a man 
in Australia living to the 
age of 100 are a little more 
than 2,000 to 1. This is 
twice as great as the 
chances of reaching that 
age were in 1890, when 
the first Commonwealth 
age records were made. Women's chances 
of becoming centenarians have not improved 
so much as men's have, but their chances of 
reaching 100 are still less than 1,500 to 1 
against. 

There is no scientific evidence to support 
the belief that the length of human life was 
once much greater than jt is in modern 
times ; but we know for certain that in 
civilised countries the average length of life 
has been increasing for many centuries. 




SS. Philip & James. B. Holiday in 
1. D. Con'aught b., 1850 [Scotl'd 
Full Moon, 3.15 p.m. 
Kingopnd. Empire Exhbtn, 1938 
Napoleon died, 1821 
Zep. Hindenburg des. fire. '37 



4th Sunday after Easter 

7. " Lusitania " torpedoed, 1915 
Sir J. M. Barrie born, 1860 
Markham Colliery Explosion,'38 
Moon, Last Qtr., 10.40 a.m. 
King George VI crowned, 1937 
Sir Ronald Ross b., 1857 



Rogation Sunday 

Viscount Snowden d., 1937 

15. Battle, of Vimy Ridge, 1916 

Alfonso XIII born, 1886 

Ascension Day. Holy Thursday 

Gladstone died, 1898 

19. New Moon, 4.25 a.m. 



Sunday after Ascension 

21. Elizabeth Fry born, 1780 

J. D. Rockefeller died, 1937 

Empire Day 

Moon, First Qtr., 11.20 p.m. 

Queen Mary born, 1867 

26. Easter Law Sittings end 



Whit Sunday 

Whit Monday. Bank Holiday 
William Perm died, 1718 
Union Day, South Africa. 



JUNE 



Trinity Sunday 

Full Moon, 3.11 a.m. 

Mar, of Duke of Windsor, 1937 

Trinity Sunday 

Earl Kitchener died, 1916 

Trinity Law Sittings begin 

6. Dr. W. R. Inge born, 1860 

Corpus Christi 

Cambridge Easter Term ends 

Moon. Last Qtr., 4.7 a.m. 



1st Sun. af . Trinity. St. Barnabas 
Mr. Anthony Eden born, 1897 
Sir Oliver Lodge born, 1857 
Battle of Naseby, 1645 
Fresh Water Coarse Fishing bgs. 
17. New Moon, 1.37 p.m. 

Oxford Trinity Term ends 

2nd Sun. af. Trinity. Waterloo. 
Sir J. M. Barrie d., 1937 [1815 
Accession of Qn. Victoria, 1837 
Sir Josiah Stamp b., 1880 
Summer commences 
Duke of Windsor born, 1894 
M'summer Dy., Kitchener b.,'50 



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24. Moon, First Qtr., 4.35 a.m. 
Parnell born, 1846 
Archduke Ferdinand assas., '14 
St. Peter and St. Paul 
Tower Bridge opened, 1894 



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THE KING OPEXS THE EMPIRE EXHIBITION 



HUNTING THE TIGER 

The tiger belongs to the same genus as the 
lion and leopard, the lynx and the cat, but it 
is most nearly related to the lion, which in 
many cases it may exceed in length. Instances 
are known of tigers over 10 ft. long, including 
the tail, and weighing 
500 lbs. The tiger feeds on 
cattle, deer, and wild hogs, 
and some old "man-eaters" 
haunt the neighbourhood 
of villages on the lookout 
for human prey. But it is 
as cowardly as it is cunning, 
fleeing before an armed 
man, between whom and a 
possible victim it dis- 
criminates with wonderful 
sagacity. In some parts of 
the East tigers are numerous 
enough to endanger human 
life very seriously, and the 
case has been known of the 
whole village having to be 
removed because of this 
peril. In these conditions, 
tiger hunting can be re- 
garded as a "most noble 
sport," but in spite of that 
and Government rewards 
for every animal killed, the 
tiger is an all-too-prevailing 
menace in many parts of 
India. Young tigers are 
said to glut their taste for 
blood far beyond the limits of hunger, and 
the same is true of the mother while the 
young are still her companions. A tiger 
will in ordinary circumstances kill one or 
two buffaloes a week, refraining from fresh 
attacks until it has consumed the results of 
one night's work. The method of attack is 
to break the vertebras of the victim's neck. 



GARDENING. 

MAY. 
Prune fruit trees, and remove all 
superfluous shoots and blossoms. 
Prune and water strawberries 
while in flower. Sow small salad 
kerbs weekly ; radishes, lettuces, 
and spinach once a fortnighJ. Sow 
peas and beans for la-te crops. 
Propagate by cuttings, dahlias, 
pansies, double wall-flowers. 
Scarlet geraniums should be 
shifted fredy to encouragf 
growth. 

JUNE. 
Sow principal crop of turnips. 
Plant out brussels sprouts and 
savoys. Dry and lay tip bulbs. 
Propagate wall-flcwers, sweet- 
williams, etc. Pull and store 
winter onions, if ripe. Train and 
prune all kinds of wall and trellis 
trees, and put netting over cherry 
trees. 



EMPIRE EXHIBITION 

The Empire Exhibition at Glasgow, which 
was opened with State pageantry by the King 
and Queen, was the greatest held anywhere 
in the world since Wembley in 1924 — 25. 
It was built by Great Britain, the Dominions, 
and the Colonies at the 
cost of £10,000,000, on an 
area of 175 acres. By day 
and night the exhibition 
was a noble spectacle, with 
its 300 ft. steel tower 
streamlined and pencil-thin, 
rising from the crest of the 
hill. Its observation gal- 
leries took 600 people at a 
time. From this position 
you looked down on to the 
sections representing the 
countries of the Empire. 



WONDER CLOCK 

A local clockmaker has, 



after serious difficulties, 
succeeded in putting in 
order the "wfcnder clock" 
of Weimar. This timepiece 
was built in 1704 for 
Duke William Ernest of 
Weimar by Johannes 
Asmann. Not only did 
it tell the time of day, it 
recorded the Duke's age 
from time to time and also 
the position of the sun 
and moon in the heavens. On each 
day of the week a different picture of some 
Biblical subject appeared to remind the 
Duke of his pious duties. For 150 years the 
clock went perfectly. Then its mechanism 
failed, probably owing to the strain of being 
adjusted every few years to tell the ages of 
successive Dukes in turn. 




JULY 



Pom. Dy Canada F . M . 4.16 p.m . 
4th Sunday alter Trinity 
King of Norway born, 1872 
Independence Day, U.S.A. 
Cecil Rhodes born, 1 853 
Queen Mary married, 1893 
Sheridan died, 1816 
Joseph Chamberlain born, 1836 
5th Sunday after Trinity 
9. Moon, Last Qtr., 7.49 p.m. 
Battle of Oudenarde, 1708 
Colonel Dreyfus died, 1935 
Lord Passfield born, 1859 
President Kruger died, 1904 
St. Swithin 



6th Sunday after Trinity 
16. New Moon, 9.3 p.m. 
Dr. W. G. Grace born, 1848 
Peace celebration Day, 1919 
Army Purchase abolished, 1871 
Robert Burns died, 1796 
Sir Edwin Landseer died, 1879 



7th Sunday after Trinity 
23. Moon, Frst Qtr., 11.34 a.m. 
St. James. Coleridge died, 1834 
George Bernard Shaw born, '56 
Captain Fryatt died, 1916 
Prince Bismarck died, 1893 
Benito Mussolini born, 1883 



Lon. 
Sun 
R &S 
3 46 r 
8 20 s 
3 48 r 
8 19 s 
3 49 r 
8 18 s 
51 r 
8 17 s 
3 53 r 
8 16s 
3 55 r 
8 14 s 
3 57 r 
8 13s 

3 59 r 
8 11s 

4 1 r 
9s 
3r 
7s 
6r 
4s 
9r 
2s 

11 r 
59 s 
14 r 
56 s 
17r 



8th Sunday aft. Trinity [6.37 a.m. 
Trim. Law Sitts. end Full Moon, 



7 5js 
4 20 r 



AUGUST 



Lammas. Scottish Qtr. Day 
Battle of Blenheim, 1704 
Earl Baldwin born, 1867 
Queen Elizabeth born, 1900 
4. War with Germany begun, '14 



9th Sunday after Trinity 
Bk. Holiday Gt. Brit, and Ireland 
Moon, Last Qtr.. 9.18 a.m. 
Heligoland c. to Germany, 1890 
Greenwich Observatory f., 1675 
Cardinal Newman died, 1890 
Grouse Shooting begins 



10th Sunday after Trinity 

John Galsworthy born, 1867 
New Moon, 3.53 a.m. 
Tate Gallery opened, 1897 
Frederick the Great d., 1786 
Prof. Picard's Ascent, 10im., '32 
20. Gen. Wm. Booth died, 1912 



11th Sunday a;ter Trinity 
Princess Margaret Rose b., 1930 
21. Moon, First Qtr., 9.21 p.m. 
National Governmt. formed, '31 
St. Bartholomew. Webb swam 
Bret Harte b., 1836 [Chan., 1875 
Lord Tweedsmuir born, 1 875 



Lon. 
Sun. 
R&S 

4 22 r 

7 48 s 

4 25 r 

7 45 s 

28 r 

41 s 

31 r 

38 s 

34 r 

34 s 

38 r 

30 s 

41 r 

26 s 

4 44 r 

7 22 s 

4 47 r 

7 19 s 

4 50 r 

7 15s 

53 r 

11 s 

56 r 

7s 

59 r 

2s 



ffl 



12th Sunday after Trinity 
Battle of Heligoland Bight, 1914 
Full Moon, 10.9 p.m. 
Lord Rutherford born, 1871 
Official end of Great War, 1921 



5 3r 

6 58 s 

5 6r 

6 53 s 
5 9r 



?a 



If you say nothing nobody will repeat it 




THE SIGNING OF THE ANGLO-IRISH AGREEMENT 



WHY DO LIONS ROAR? 

Why does the lion roar when pursuing its 
prey, but not when it is being pursued by 
the keen hunter? The roar has its uses. 
When hunting in companies, as they some- 
times do, some lions will lie down quietly 
while the others go and 
roar to drive the game 
towards them. At other 
times they may roar to 
bewilder the game. Thus 
sometimes one, or several, 
will roar on three sides of 
the game, and then stalk 
it from the fourth. Again, 
when within a few bounds 
of the prey the lion will 
spring on it with a loud 
roar, which may have the 
effect of terrifying the 
beast, and so causing a 
momentary pause of which 
the lion obtains the ad- 
vantage. But the lion has 
many roars, and they do 
not all appear to be terrify- 
ing. It is noted that the 
game on the plains some- 
times pay little attention to 
the lion's roar. Nor do 
wild animals trouble to run 
from a full-fed lion. On 
a still night the roar can 
be heard four or five miles 
off, and at close quarters 
seems to shake the ground. The lion also 
often takes his prey by pursuing it, and with 
great perseverance The animal singled 
out for pursuit, as a zebra, may be swifter 
of foot than the lion, but greater power of 
endurance enables him to make it his victim 
and bring it to the ground. Antelopes and 
deer are the most common food of lions. 



GARDENING. 

JULY. 

Attend to insects and useless 
growths this month. Stake peas 
and scarlet runners. Thin goose- 
berry and raspberry bushes, plums, 
and stone fruit generally. Make 
new plantations of strawberries. 
In the last week sow yellow tur- 
nips for a full winter crop, and 
spinach for an early winter sup- 
ply. Gather and dry all kinds 
of herbs for seasoning, etc. 



AUGUST. 
Gather and store ripe fruit. Clear 
away decayed annuals, and sow 
some of the hardy kinds. Bien- 
nials that are large enough 
should be planted. Soiv winter 
and spring spinach. Sow pars- 
ley, winter onions, cabbages and 
greens. Sow endive early. 



THE ANGLO-IRISH AGREEMENT 

In the Cabinet Room at No. 10, Downing 
Street, an Agreement was signed by British 
and Irish Ministers which, it was hoped, 
would put an end to the problems of trade, 
finance and defence that have beset the two 
countries for many years. 
The Agreement provides 
that the harbours of Cobh, 
Berehaven and Lough Swilly 
are transferred to the 
Government of Eire; that 
an Irish payment of 
£10,000,000 be made to 
settle outstanding financial 
claims, subject to a con- 
tinuance of the annual 
payments of £250,000 by 
the Free State in respect 
of property damaged during 
the "troubles ;" and that a 
*rade treaty, embodying a 
thorough revision of Cus- 
toms duties, be established. 



800 M.P.H. FLY 

The world's fastest living 
creature is to be studied 
by aircraft designers in 
America in the hope that 
Nature will give them some 
new ideas for building 
speed machines. The ob- 
ject of their studies is 
a fly that resembles a 
honey bee. Its name is cephenemyia, and 
in flight it can be seen only for an instant. 
Its habitat is Brazil. Cephenemyia is only j 
half an inch in length, and scientists estimate 
that it has a speed of 800 miles an hour. 1 
The fly is blunt nosed and the body tapers 
slightly, and the head is rounded, not unlike 1 
the nose of the most modern speed 'plane. —> 




SEPTEMBER 


Lon. 
"Sun 




R&S 


up 


°artridge Shooting begins 


5 11 r 


2|S 


Battle of Omdurman, 1898 


6 47 s 


3)S 


L3th Sunday after Trinity 


5 14 r 


4M 


French Republic estd., 1870 


6 42 s 


5T 


Auguste Comte died, 1857 


5 17 r 


6W 


Moon, Last Qtr., 8.24 p.m. 


6 37 s 


7Th 


ELM.S. Captain foundered, '70 


5 20 r 


8F 


Fall of Sevastopol, 1855 


6 33 s 


9[S 


Earl of Harewood born, 1882 


5 24 r 


10 


3 


14th Sunday after Trinity 


6 28 s 


11 


M 


Battle of Masurian Lakes, 1914 


5 27 r 


12 


1 


11. Sir James Jeans b., 1877 


6 24 s 


13 


W 


New Moon, 11.22 a.m. 


5 30 r 


14 


In 


Jewish New Year begins, 5700 


6 19 s 


15 


f 


J. Fenimore Cooper b., 1789 


5 33 r 


16S 


Alfred Noyes, poet, born, 1880 


6 15s 


17 


S 


15th Sunday after Trinity 


5 36 r 


lb 


M 


Greta Garbo born, 1905 


6 10 s 


19 


r 


Arthur Rackham born, 1867 


5 39 r 


20 


w 


Moon, First Qtr., 10.34 a.m. 


6 6s 


21 


In 


St. Matthew 


5 42 r 


22 


F 


21. H. G. Wells born, 1866 


6 Is 


21 


S 

s 


Autumn commences 


5 46 r 


24 


16th Sunday after Trinity 


5 56 s 


25 


M 


24. Redding pit disaster, 1923 


5 49 r 


26 


r 


Dominion Day, New Zealand 


5 52 s 


21 


w 


First English railway opd, 1825 


5 52 r 


28 


lh 


Full Moon, 2.27 p.m. 


5 47 s 


29 


F 


Michaelmas 5 56 r 


30 


s 


Damascus occupied, 1918 ' 5 42 s 


OCTOBER 


Lon. 
~Sun. 
R&S 


IIS" 


17th Sunday after Trinity 


5 59 r 


2M 


Pheasant Shooting begins 

2. Ch. of Scotland reunited, 1929 


5 38 s 


3T 


6 2r 


4JW 


Fascist Mch. in Ldn. prohibited, 


5 33 s 


STh 


R 101 airship dis., 1930 [1936 


6 5r 


6F 


Moon, Last Qtr., 5.27 a.m. 


5 29 s 


7|S 


9. Pr. Edward of Kent b., 1935 


6 8r 


i 


s 


18th Sun. af. Trin. Summer Time 


5 25 s 


9 


M 


Oxfd. Mich'mas T. begins [ends 


6 11 r 


10 


T 


Camb. Mich'lmas Term begins 


5 21s 


11 


W 


Tyne Bdge. opd. by Kg. Geo. V., 


6 15r 


12 


lh 


Mich'lmas Law Sitts. begin [1928 


5 16s 


i; 


V 


12. New Moon, 8.30 p.m. 


6 18r 


14 


s 


Eamon de Valera b., 1888 


5 12s 


15 


s 


19th Sunday after Trinity 


6 22 r 


16 


M 


15. Ramadan, 1st day 


6 7s 


17 


T 


Earl of Selborne born, 1859 


6 25 r 


IS 


W 


St. Luke 


5 3s 


19 


Th 


Lord Rutherford died, 1937 


6 29 r 


20 


F 


Moon, First Qtr, 3.24 a.m. 


4 59 s 


21 


S 


Battle of Trafalgar, 1805 


6 32 r 


22 


s 


20th Sunday after Trinity 


4 54 s 


23,M 


22. Lord Carson died, 1935 


6 36 r 


24,T 


Miss Batten lowd. Aus.-Englanc 


4 50 s 


25 W 


Bat. of Balaklava, '54 [flight, '37 


6 39 r 


26 Th 


Viscount Sankey b., 1866 


4 46 s 


27 F 


Great Gale over Britain, 1936 


6 43 r 


28 S 


Full Moon, 6.42 a.m. 


4 42 s 


29 S 


21st Sunday after Trinity 


6 46 r 


30JM 


31. Can. " Dick " Sheppard d. 


4 39 s 


31 


It 


Sir G. H. Wilkins b., 1888 [193" 


6 50- 



ff*^ 



He that can be won with a feather will be lost with a straw 




QUEEN MARY'S VISIT TO THE TOWER 



THE COMMON BROWN BEAR 

The common brown bear, which inhabits 
Europe and Asia, is regarded by some as 
identical with the black bear of North 
America. It used to be found in Britain, 
but it seems to have been exterminated in 
Scotland about the end of 
the eleventh century. The 
brown bear eats all kinds 
of things — roots, berries, 
vegetables, ants, honey, or 
fish — and when these fail, 
other quadrupeds, both 
large and small. When 
hunger prompts them to 
attack large quadrupeds, 
their usual method is to 
hug their prey to death in 
their powerful arms. When 
the bears appear after their 
long winter sleep they are 
thin and weak and not un- 
naturally voracious. Bears 
are hunted for the sake of 
their skins, which are 
greatly valued, especially in 
countries like Russia; their 
fat is a well-known un- 
guent, while the flesh of 
their paws is considered a 
great delicacy. Their senses 
of smell and hearing are 
very acute, which render 
them most difficult to 
hunt and track down, as many a bear-hunter 
has found to his cost. Bear-baiting was a 
popular sport in many countries, and pre- 
vailed to a late date in England. Even in 
the time of Queen Elizabeth it was a recog- 
nised fashionable amusement to go to the 
bear-gardens and see the victims worried by 
dogs. On one occasion in ancient Rome as 
many as a thousand bears were exhibited. 



GARDENING 

SEPTEMBER. 
Take up carrots that are to be 
stored, ripe potatoes, and beet- 
roots. Sow winter spinach. Make 
new rhubarb beds. Prune fruit 
trees thai have donebearing. Soil) 
salads for late crops. Gather and 
store carefully the autumnal sorts 
of apples and pears. Propagate 
herbaceous plants. 



QUEEN MARY AT THE TOWER 

Queen Mary made history last July when 
she went in a launch down the Thames to 
the Queen's stairs at the Tower. The 
occasion was a garden party in aid of the 
Tower Hill Improvement Fund. Her 
Majesty was the first woman 
member of the Royal 
Family to enter the Tower 
by that Gate for nearly 
400 years. At the threshold 
of the Tower, which is a 
Royal Palace, she was 
received by the Constable 
and conducted to the 
principal buildings, includ- 
ing the Chapel of St. Peter 
ad Vincula, where so many 
famous victims of Tower 
justice lie buried. 



OCTOBER. 
Earth up savoys and cabbages as 
high as the leaves Crop the tops 
of parsley to make fresh leaves 
for winter. Prune honeysuckle, 
roses, and other flowering shrubs. 
Protect dahlias and young car- 
nations from frost, and towards 
the close of the month begin plant- 
ing tulips, ranunculuses, and 
anemones. Guard against frost. 



GERMS ON MONEY 

On every penny there are 
between two and three 
thousand live germs, ac- 
cording to a Czecho-Slovak 
scientist, Dr. Pavel Kohn. 
He counted the number of 
germs on banknotes and 
on coins in general use. 
Silver, he finds, is bad for 
germs. They flourish better 
on nickel, and best of all on 
copper or bronze. The 
size of the coin makes no difference in the 
density of its microbe population. Most of 
the bacteria on coins, he says, are quite harm- 
less. In contrast, those on banknotes are 
twice or three times as numerous, and a 
good many of them are capable of producing 
diseases, and do so at a rate that must be 
highly dangerous to men and women who 
handle the money. 










NOVE 


MBER 


Lon. 
Sun. 
R & S 


1|W 
2Th 
3F 

4!s 


All Saints' Dav 

All Souls' Dav 

2. B.B.C. Tefev. inaug., 1936 

Moon, Last Qtr., 1.12 p.m. 


6 52 r 
4 32 s 
6 56 r 
4 29 s 


5S 

6M 

7,T 

8W 

9Th 

10F 

IIS 


22nd Sunday after Trinity 

Mar. of D. of Gloucester, 1935 
Last Execution at Tyburn, 1793 
?. Ramsay MacDonald d., 1937 
King Edward VII b., 1841 
Martin Luther born, 1483 
Armistice D. N Moon, 7.54 a.m. 


6 59 r 
4 26 s 

7 2r 

3 23 s 
7 6r 

4 19 s 
7 9r 


12:S 

13|M 

14T 

15jW 

16Th 

17F 

18|S 


23rd Sunday after Trinity 
R. L. Stevenson b., 1850 
Broadctg. beg. Utd.Kgdm., 1922 
W. Cowper, poet, b., 1731 
John Bright born, 1811 
Suez Canal opened, 1869 
Moon First Qtr., 11.21 p.m. 


4 17 s 
7 13r 
4 13s 
7 16r 
4 11 s 
7 20 r 
4 8s 


19 S 

20 M 

21 T 

22 W 
23 ( T 
24, F 

25lS 


24th Sunday after Trinity 
Sir A. Quiller-Couch b.. 1863 
Sur. of German Navy, 1918 
Close of Parnell Com., 1889 
1st arr. of gold fr. Australia,1852 
Zeebrugge bmd. by British, 1914 
Lilian Baylis died, 1937 


7 23 r 
4 5s 
7 27 r 
4 3s 
7 30 r 
4 1 s 
7 33 s 


26.S 

27JM 

28 T 

29 W 
30lTh 


25th Sunday after Trinity 
26. Full Moon, 9.54 p.m. 
William Blake, poet, b., 1757 
Marriage of Duke of Kent, '34 
St. Andrew. W.Churchill b., '74 


3 59 s 
7 36 r 
3 57 s 
7 40 r 
3 56 s 



DECEMBER 



Lon 



Irish F. S. becomes Eire, 1937 
Oxfd. Michaelmas Term ends 



1st Sunday in Advent 
Moon, Last Qtr., 8.40 p.m. 
Walter Disney born, 1901 
Warren Hastings born, 1732 
Willa Cather born, 1876 
Camb. Michaelmas Term ends 
10. New Moon, 9.45 p.m. 



2nd Sunday in Advent 
10. Kg. Ewd. VIII abdicated, '36 
Kg. George VI proclaimed, 1936 
Duchess of Kent born, 1906 
King George VI born, 1895 
Izaak Walton died, 1683 
Noel Coward born, 1899 



3rd Sunday in Advent 
Moon, First Qtr., 9.4 p.m. 
20. Duke of Kent born. 1902 
22. George Eliot died, 1830 
St. Thomas. Mich. Law Sitts. end 
Winter commences 
Laurence Oliphant d., 1888 



4th Sunday in Advent 
Christmas Dav 

Boxing Day. Full Moon, 1 1 .28 
St. John, Evangelist [a.m 

Holv Inno'cts'. Tay Bdge. dis.,'77 
30. East Lidia Co. charter, 1600 
Rudyard Kipling born, 1865 
1st Sunday after Christmas 



Sun. 
R_&S 

7 42 r 
3 54 s 



45 r 
53 s 
48 r 
52 s 
50 r 
52 s 
52 r 



51 s 
54 r 
51 s 
56 r 
51 s 
58 r 
51 s 



Or 

52 s 
lr 

53 s 
2r 

53 s 

_3_r 

55s 

4r 

56 s 
5r 

57 s 
6r 

59 s 
6r 



A small unkindness is a great offence 




VISIT OF THE KING AND QUEEN TO PARIS 



CHASING THE TARPON 

To meet with the tarpon alive one would 
have to cross the Atlantic to the south-east 
coasts of North America and follow south- 
wards to the West Indies and Brazil. The 
favourite haunt of the tarpon is off the coast 
j of Florida, though it has 
been known to ascend 
rivers in search of mullet, 
its favourite food. Very 
remarkable are the jumping 
feats of the tarpon, es- 
pecially when it is re- 
membered that the fish is 
about 7 feet long and 
exceeds 200 lbs. in weight, 
a considerable pull on rod 
and line. The tarpon 
leaps 6 feet or more in the 
air and drops to the water 
again with a resounding 
splash, the body bent like 
a bow, and the gill covers 
wide open, revealing the 
crimson gills. After the 
downward plunge he races 
on till checked by the 
line, and then the leaps 
and the rushes continue, 
for perhaps an hour or 
more, until the fish is 
exhausted and may be 
drawn to the side of the 
boat and gaffed. At one 
time only the scales, measuring 4 inches 
across, were taken, chiefly as curiosities, 
which found a ready sale in the American 
curiosity shops, while the rest of the body 
was given over to the vultures or used as 
manure for the orange trees. Improved 
methods of cooking, however, seem to have 
changed all this, earning for the once despised 
victim a more respectable end, since the 
tarpon is now said to be excellent eating. 



GARDENING. 

NOVEMBER. 
Sow early pen and beans in a 
warm border. Force seakale, 
asparagus, and rhubarb. Prune 
and plant bushes and fruit trees. 
Shelter choice flowers. Protect 
endive, celery, artichokes, etc., 
with stable litter or ferns. Mulch 
asparagus with hot-bed manure. 
Plant dried tubers of border 
flowers. 



THE KING'S VISIT TO PARIS 

The King and Queen were received with 
rapturous enthusiasm on their four-days' 
visit to Paris last July — with cheering crowds 
wherever they went, with a banquet at the 
Elysee and a reception at the Hotel de Ville. 
While the Queen visited 
a hospital one morning, 
the King took the salute 
at a review of 50,000 
French soldiers at Ver- 
sailles, and afterwards, in 
the famous Hall of Mirrors, 
where the Treaty of Ver- 
sailles was signed, there 
was a brilliant luncheon 
party. On their way home 
His Majesty unveiled the 
Memorial at Villers-Breton- 
neaux to the Australians 
who had died in the Great 
War. 



DECEMBER. 

Dig, manure and trench vacant 
ground. Protect any plants that 
are likely to be injured by frost, 
either in frames or m the open 
ground. Sow a few beans and- 
i>eas as in November. Very few 
operations can be carried on this 
month with the exception of dig- 
ging and trenching. 



ENGLISH SLAVES 

It was in 1547, in the 
reign of Edward VI., that 
a statute was made that a 
runagate servant or anyone 
that was idle three days be 
brought before two justices 
of the peace and marked'V" 
vagabond, with a hot iron 
on the breast and adjudged 
the slave of him who 
bought him for two years. He was to take the 
slave and give him bread, water, or small 
drink, and refuse meat, and cause him to work 
by beating, chaining, or otherwise, and if he 
absented himself fourteen days he was to be 
marked on the forehead or cheek by a hot iron 
with an "S" and be his master's slave for ever. 
A year's desertion was felony, and punishable 
by death — and we talk of the "good old 
days." 



LITTLE THINGS YOU MAY BE GLAD TO KNOW 



No substance in nature is absolutely rigid. 

i # 

Never-Never Land was name given to 
immense plains of Northern Australia. 
# # 

Shrove Tuesday falls on February 29 
once in 152 years. Next in a.d. 2028. 



A racehorse can gallop at 
greyhound at 35 m.p.h. 



m.p.h., a 



Sultan of Turkey in 1798 shot an arrow 
972 yards. 

# # 

The best way to stop your nose bleeding 
is to move your jaws as if you were eating. 

# # 

Spectacles were invented by Alexandro 
de Spina in 1285. 

# * 

The first Jew to be knighted in England 
was Sir Moses Montefiori in 1S37. 



The tallest men in the British Isles come 
from Galloway. They average 5 ft. 10£ in. 

# # 

The average depth of the sand in the 
Sahara Desert is between 20 and 30 feet. 

# * 

The first private letter written in the 
English language was received by Sir John 
Pelham from his wife in 1399. 

# * 

The book in the hand of the Prince Consort 
in the Albert Memorial is the catalogue of the 
Great Exhibition of 1851. 

# # 

An Oxford or Cambridge rowing eight 
develops only about two horsepower when 
rowing full out. 

# * 

Of all birds the tropical frigate-bird flies 
the fastest. The common black swift can 
fly at 276 m.p.h. 

# * 

Sailors' " grog " was named after the 
breeches of Admiral Vernon who introduced 
the drink in 1745. His breeches were made 
of rough grogram. 

# * 

Mice like music. A prisoner in the Paris 
Bastille before the French Revolution asked 
to be allowed to play his lute. Soon he had 
an audience of many mice. 

# # 

The South American river Orinoco, in 
the 2,000 miles of its main stream, is joined 
by 436 river tributaries and more than 
2,000 smaller ones. 

# # 

Anchovies are caught in the Mediterranean 
during the nights of the months of May, 
June, July. A light hanging from a boat 
attracts them in vast shoals. They are then 
ladled out of the water. 



Dynamite explodes downwards. 

# # 

A fifteenth wedding anniversary is called a 
"Crystal Wedding." 

# * 

The gold coinage of England was a mixture 
of 22 parts gold, 2 parts copper. 

# # 

Wild dogs do not bark. Only domestic 
dogs do that. 

# # 

White cats, if they have blue eyes, are 
almost always deaf. 

# * 

Lullington Church, Sussex, is said to be 
the smallest in England : 16 ft. square. 

# # 

Spencer Percival (1812) was the last English 
Prime Minister to be assassinated. 

# # 
Superstitious Danish girls kiss their hands 

when they first hear the cuckoo each year. 

# # 

The highest shade temperature ever re- 
corded in England was 100 degrees in 1911. 

# # 

Frederick Louis, son of King George II, 
when Prince of Wales, was killed at tennis. 

# # 

Largest meteorite known to have fallen 
on the earth fell in Iowa, 1879 : weighed 
437 lb. 



The word " meander " comes from the 
winding course of the Greek river Meander 
in Phrygia. 

# # 

Pall Mall, London, was the first street 
to be gas-lit in England. It was lit by a 
Mr. Winsor in 1807. 

# # 

The Sargasso Sea — two great banks of 
floating weed in the Atlantic — is in area 
seven times greater than Germany. 

# # 

Covering the head was a sign of mourning 
amongst the Israelites, Greeks, Romans and 
Anglo-Saxons — hence the black cap of a 
iudge passing a death sentence. 

# # 

The word " riding " as used in the West 
Riding of Yorkshire is a corruption of the 
Anglo-Saxon word " trithing," meaning a 
third. 

# * 

In many insects the orbs of the eyes are 
immovable so nature has given them many 
eyes in compensation. A spider has eight. 
A drone bee has over a thousand eyes. 

# * 
Richard I issued instructions on the conduct! 

of pilgrims to the Holy Land. One was that j 
a thief was to have his hair cropped, boiling fl 
pitch was to be poured over him, and then J 
feathers shaken on top of the pitch. 



spiinl 



HINTS ON HEALTH FOR EVERY HOME. 



AN EMERGENCY REMEDY 
Bleeding from a cut finger or hand 
can be stopped almost at once by the applica- 
tion of a little lemon juice. Damp a clean 
piece of lint or any soft material with the 
iuice and apply it at once to the cut, pressing 
it on firmly. 

FEET KEPT COMFORTABLE 

Pedicure must be performed with the 
correct implements if the feet are to be kept 
comfortable and healthy. This has been 
made a simple matter by a firm of specialists 
in " foot health," who now put up a compact 
set of instruments in a flat, soft, coloured 
leather case, measuring only a few inches 

ROUGHNESS AND TAN 
When the skin has become rough and 
tanned from sun and winds, try this simple 
lotion : Take two tablespoonfuls of oatmeal, 
adding a quart of water and boil for ten min- 
utes. Cool and strain and to the liquid add 
the juice of one lemon and a dessertspoonful 
of alcohol. Wash the face in this, or rather 
apply it with a soft cloth, not wiping it all 
away. 

CARROTS AS A BEAUTY CURE 
A RAW carrot, finely grated, is said to per- 
form wonders in clearing the skin. A 
tablespoonful of the grated carrot should be 
taken every morning before breakfast. The 
carrot cure is also said to have wonderful 
effects on the hair. In different parts of the 
country abroad, where carrots take an import- 
ant place in the cottager's menu, the hair of 
the women is exquisitely bright and silky, and 
always has the appearance of being well 
groomed. 

AN EXCELLENT FOOT BATH 
For tired feet, a hot foot bath every night, 
with the addition of a little salt and a table- 
spoonful of bay rum or a few drops of am- 
monia, will often give ease. Another pre- 
paration is a mixture of carbolic acid, camphor, 
and ammonia ; four ounces of carbolic acid 
to one each of the ammonia and camphor. 
Stir into the footbath in the proportion of one 
large spoonful of this liquid to every two quarts 
i>f hot water. In the very warm weather 
:prinkle a little boracic powder in your 
ocks. 

HOW TO BE WELCOME IN A SICK 
ROOM 
IN a sick room, open the door promptly 
vithout rattling the handle. Walk in quietly, 
)ut do not take ostentatious care to glide in 
ibsolute silence. Don't pause and murmur 
nquiries to the nurse, but go straight to the 
>ed and speak in a clearly audible every-day 
one to the patient. Choose topics of interest 
hat will entertain without being exciting, 
eaving a few new ideas with your invalid 
is food for pleasant reflection after your leave- 
aking, and making only a passing reference 

the present malady. Look as fresh and 
iretty as the power in you lies, and thereby 
ct as an unconscious tonic to your friend. 

1 void any article of dress that jingles or rustles 
laving risen to say good-bye, go instantly 
rithout lingering over last words. 



HEART EXERCISES 
Heart exercises are beneficial in keeping 
that organ strong and healthy. Walking 
with a brisk step and rhythm for a couple of 
miles each day ; skipping or jumping for a 
few minutes each morning; and regulated 
deep breathing are all good. 

A COLD IN THE EYE 
To treat a cold in the eye, bathe with warm 
boric lotion and rest the sight as much as 
possible until all traces of the trouble have 
disappeared. The lotion should be applied 
by means of an eyebath two or three times 
daily. Sponging the closed eyes with weak 
lukewarm tea is also beneficial. 

CURING A STIFF NECK 
Stife-neck often occurs as a result of 
women and children allowing freshly- 
washed hair to hang loose without protecting 
shoulders and neck against the damp there- 
from. A protector is now available, made 
either from white Turkish towelling or thin 
coloured rubber, made to fasten well up round 
the neck and, in the case of the former variety, 
to cover the entire back almost to the waist. 

INSTEAD OF HOT-WATER BOTTLES 
Hot sandbags are more pleasant than hot- 
water bottles, besides having the advantage 
of being easily moved and tucked in wherever 
there is local pain. They are quite simple 
and inexpensive to make. Take a flannel 
bag about eight or ten inches square, and fill 
with dry sand. Sew it up, and place over it a 
calico cover, to retain the heat, and prevent 
the sand from sifting out. Next place the 
bag in a slow oven, let it heat through, and 
apply at once. , 

CAMOMILE TEA 
Camomile tea is not only restful for the 
nerves, but clears and beautifies the com- 
plexion. A cup should be taken just before 
bed-time by the woman who feels that her 
skin is not as clear and fresh-looking as it 
should be. To make it put four or five 
dried camomile flowers into a teapot. Pour 
over them half a pint of boiling water and 
allow to stand for five minutes. Pour off, 
sweeten to taste, and drink while hot. This 
is a most beneficial evening drink in summer. 

RELIEF OF TIRED EYES 
When your eyes are tired, try bathing 
them at night-time in a little warm water 
to which a pinch of boracic powder has been 
added. Use an eye-cup for the purpose. It 
is very pleasant to read on the beach when 
on your holidays, but on a very hot, glaring 
day do not read too long. It is a good plan 
to lie down in a darkened room for about 
twenty minutes every day during the holidays ; 
this rests the eyes splendidly. In choosing 
your rooms, if you have weak eyes, be careful 
that they have not too sunny an aspect and 
try, if possible, to get a bedroom with green 
blinds. White blinds only increase the 
morning glare, and if the sun beats down 
fiercely on your face from early sunrise, not 
only will your rest be disturbed, but your 
eyes will suffer as well. 



Postal Regulations, Savings Banks, Festivals, Eclipses, etc 

Law Sittings, 1939 

Begin End 



Principal Articles of the 
Calendar tor 1939 



Golden Number, 2; Epact, 
16; Solar Cycle, 10; Domini- 
cal Letter, A; Roman Indic- 
tion, 7; Year of Julian Period, 
6652. 

Festivals and Anniversaries 
Epiphany . . . . Jan. 6 

Septuagesima . . Feb. 5 

Quinquagesima (Shrove) ,,19 
Ash Wednesday . . ,,22 

First Sunday in Levi ,, 26 
St. David . . . . Mar. 1 

St. Patrick . . . . ,,17 

Annunciation — Lady Day,, 25 
Palm Sunday . . Apr. 2 

Passover, 1st day . . ,, 4 
Good Friday . . ,,7 

Easter Sunday . . ,,9 

Low Sunday . . ,,16 

Birthday, Princess 

Elizabeth . . ,,21 

St. George .. ,,23 

Gallipoli Day . . „ 25 

Rogation Sunday . . May 14 
Ascension Day . . ,,18 

Empire Day . . ,,24 

Birth of Qn. Mary, 1867 „ 26 
Whit Sunday .. ,.28 

Union Day, S. Africa ,, 31 
Trinity Sunday . . June 4 
Corpus Christi . . ,,8 

St. John Baptist . . „ 24 

Midsummer Day . . ,,24 

Dominion Day, Canada July 1 
B'th Q. Elizabeth, 1900 Au. 4 
Jewish New Year . . Sep. 14 
Day of Atonement „ 23 

Feast of Tabernacles „ 28 
Michaelmas Day . . ,,29 

Ramadan (Moslem) 

1st day . . . . Oct. 15 

Armistice Day . . Nov. 11 
St. Andrew . . ,,30 

Advent Sunday . . Dec. 3 
Access. Kg. Geo. VI „ 11 
Birth Kg. Geo. VI „ 14 

St. Thomas . . „ 21 

Christmas Day . . ,,25 

Holy Innocents Day ,, 28 

Foreign Epochs 

The year 1358 of the 
Mohammedan Era begins on 
Feb. 21, 1939. 

The year 5700 of the Jewish 
Era begins on Sept. 14, 1939. 

Ramadan (Month of Absti- 
nence observed by the Mos- 
lems) begins on Oct. 15, 1939. 

Eclipses in 1939 

Annular Eclipse of Sun, 
April 19, partly visible at 
Greenwich as partial eclipse. 

Total Eclipse of Moon, 
May 3, invisible at Greenwich. 

Total Eclipse of Sun, 
Oct. 12, invisible at 
Greenwich. 

Partial Eclipse of Moon, 
Oct. 28, partly visible at 
Greenwich. 



Hilary Sits. Jan. 11 Apr. 5 

Easter „ Apr. IS May 26 

Trinity ,, June 6 July 31 

Michaelmas Oct. 12 Dec. 21 

Inland Letter Post 

2 oz. lid. Each additional 
2 or fraction of 2 oz. id. 

U.S. Air 2 oz. lid.; each 
extra oz. Id. 

Inland Post Cards 

Post Cards, Id. each. Letter 
Cards, 2d. each. 

Imperial Post Cards 

To all destinations, United 
States and Egypt, etc., Id. 

Imperial Postage 

To nearly all British posses- 
sions, lid. oz., and Id. for 
each additional oz. 

Foreign Post 

Including Iraq and Trans- 
jordan, 2id. first oz., lid. for 
each additional oz. Foreign 
Post Cards, lid. 

Air Mails 

Canada, 2d. per i oz.; 
postcard, 2d. 

Australia and New Zealand, 
lid. per i oz. Postcards, Id. 

Aden, Bahrein, Borneo 
N(orth), Brunei, Burma, 
Ceylon, Dubai, Egypt, India 
(British and French), Kenya, 
Malay States (Federated and 
Unfederated), Mau ri t i u s, 
Muscat, Nyasaland, Palestine, 
Rhodesia (N. and S.), Sara- 
wak, Seychelles, South Africa, 
Straits Settlements, Sudan 
(Anglo - Egyptian) Tan- 

ganyika, Tibet, Transjordan, 
Uganda, and Zanzibar, lid. 
per i oz.; postcards, Id. 

Albania, Belgium, Bulgaria, 
Czecho - Slovakia, Danzig, 
Denmark, Estonia, Finland, 
France, Germany (including 
Austria), Greece, Holland, 
Hungary, Italy, Latvia, 
Lithuania, Norway, Poland, 
Rumania, Sweden, Switzer- 
land, Turkey, U.S.S.R. 
(Europe) and Yugoslavia — 
2id. first oz., then lid. per 
oz. Postcards, lid. 

Belgian Congo (internal 
service), Iran, Iraq, Syria, 
3d. per * oz. Postcards, 2d. 

Algeria, id. per i oz. 
Postcards, 2d. 

Cuba, Gold Coast Colony, 
Hong Kong, Nigeria, Portu- 
guese India, 6c?. per i oz. 
Postcards, 3d. 

Printed Paper Rates 

For every 2 oz. or fraction 
hereof up to 2 lb., id. 



3 1b. 

4 1b. 

5 lb. 
9 lb. 



Parcel Post 



(id. 
7d. 
8c?. 
9c?. 



7 1b. 

8 1b. . 

15 lb. 



lOd. 

lid. 

Is. 



The length may not exceed 

3 ft. 6 in.; length and girth 

combined, 6 ft.; weight 15 lbs. 

For Irish Free State Rates 

see P.O. Guide. 

Newspapers 
For Registered Newspapers 
the postage is Id. not exceed- 
ing 6 oz. in weight, and id', for 
each additional 6 oz. or frac- 
tion of 6 oz. Limit 2 lb. in 
weight. 

Blind Literature 
Not exceeding 2 lb., id.; 
5 lb., Id.; 6A lb. (maximum), 
lid. 

Cash on Deliverry 
Trade charge Post Office 

not exceeding Fees 

10* 4 

£1 .. .. 6 

£2 . . . . 8 

£5 . . . . 10 

£10 .. .. 10 

and 2rf. for each additional £5 
or fraction of £5 up to £40. 
Registration Postal Packets 
Compensation will be given 
up to a maximum limit of 
£400 for loss or damage. A fee 
of 3c?. secures £5; id., £20; 
5c?., £40; and up to £400 at 
rate of lc?. for each £20; 
Is. lid. which secures £400. 
Telegrams 
First 9 words, 6c?.; each 
extra word, lc?.; Addresses 
charges for. Priority Tele- 
grams (in red envelope), 6rf. 
extra. 

Greeting Telegrams, 3c?. 
extra. 

Postal Orders 
6c?. to 2s. 6c?. ( Id.; 3s. to 15s., 
l*c?.; 15s. 6c?. to 21s. 2c?. 
Money Orders, Inland 
For £3, 4c?.; £10, 6c?.; 
£20, 8c?.; £30, 10c?.; £40, Is. 
Money Orders, Abroad 
Foreign or Colonial, not 
exceeding £1, 6c?.; £2, Is.; 
£3, Is. 6c?.; £4, Is. 9c?., and 3d. 
additional for every £1 01 
fraction of £1. 

Sample Post 
Not exceeding 12 in. in 
length, 8 in. in width, 4 in. in 
depth, and 8 oz. in weight. 

4 oz. in weight, lc?.; be- 
tween 4 oz. and 6 oz., lie?.; 
between 6 oz. and 8 oz. 2d. 
Savings Bank 
Limit of deposit in any year 
ending December 31, £500. 

Interest, 2J per cent, (six- 
pence in the pound per year). 
Any sum up to £3 can bej 
withdrawn without notice 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 117 





David Callander Ltd 

Directors — 
D. Callander, A. Callander, W. F. Callander. 

Motor Engineers 
and Haulage Contractors. 

Specialties. 



DENNIS 

COMMERCIAL VEHICLES 

REPAIRS. 

Office— Roberts Street, Forfar. 



Telephone Nos. 140 and 141 



Il8 FORFAR DIRECTORY. 



'Phone 261. - CALDHAME GARDENS. 



G. CAMPBELL, 

Fruiterer and Confectioner, 

99 EAST HIG H STRE ET, FORFAR. 

SERVANTS' REGISTRY. ORDERS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED. 






TELEPHONE No. 245. 

E. & D. NICOLL 

Partners : EDWARD NICOLL, DOUGLAS NICOLL. 

~©X JOINERS, Ke^ 

CANMORE WORKS, 
CASTLE STREET, FORFAR. 



General Property Repairs & Repairs of all Description 

Alterations and Extensions. 

Sectional Sheds, Garages, and Greenhouses. 

Bodybuilders. Fences. Glaziers. 

Funeral Undertakers. 

House Address— "Sunnybrae," KINGSMUIR. 



'Phone No. 223. Yard— SERVICE ROAD. 

A. & C. SHEPHERD, ! 

^<?X SLATERS, .KS^ 

SERVICE RO AD and VICTO RIA STREET. 

Mastic Cement, Chimney Cans, Roof Lights, &c, always in stock. 
ESTIMATES GIVEN. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. I 19 



'Phone No. 259 Forfar. 'Phone No. 95 Kirriemuir. 

William W. Milne, 

PLAIN and ORNAMENTAL PLASTERER 
and CEMENT WORKER, 

Academy Street, Forfar. 

Also at 83 GLENGATE, KIRRIEMUIR. 



When in Dundee there is no better 
place for a nice Cup of Tea 

— THAN — 

The D.P.M. CAFE, 

27 REFORM STREET 
DUNDEE, 



D.P.M. RESTAURANT, . Lindsay Street, DUNDEE 
D.P.M. REGENT, . . Nethergate, DUNDEE 



Telephone No. 5. 

DAVIDSON'S GARAGES, 

(Proprietor, ROBERT DAVIDSON) 

MOTOR ENGINEER, 

MONTROSE ROAD, FORFAR. 

Branch, The FORFAR GARAGE, 97 West High Street. 

Cars for Hire. Radio Sets and Battery Charging. 
Funerals conducted in Town and Country. 



FORFAR DIRECTORY. 



Telephone No. 263. : 



HI 




Central HEATING 
for HALLS, 
STAIRWAYS & ROOMS. 



FULL PARTICULARS FROM 



D. LANGLANDS & SONS; 

SANITARY PLUMBERS 
and HEATING ENGINEERS, 

ii QUEEN STREET, FORFAR. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



'Phone No. 445. 

ALEX. C. BRUCE, 

Slater and Cement Worker, 

52 PRIOR ROAD, FORFAR. 

Yard : 26 QUEEN STREET. 




Royal Dundee 

Institution 
for the Blind. 



When purchasing 

Brushes, Mats, Bedding, Hosiery, Basketware, &-c, 

ask your local supplier for goods 

made by our Blind Workers. 

If you cannot get this, write us direct. 



Our Motor visits Forfar every Friday. 

Magdalen Green &■ 30 High Street, DUNDEE. 

Alexander LOW, Jobbing Gardener, 

Jobbing Gardening- will have careful Personal Attention. 
Laying- out of Gardens undertaken. Bouquets, Wreaths, 
or any other Floral Device made on the shortest of Notice. 
Bedding Plants in Variety may be had in Season. Early 
Flowering Chrysanthemums, Dahlias, and Sweet Peas a 
Specialty. Fresh Cut Flowers can be had during Season. 

63 WEST HIGH STREET, FORFAR. 



FORFAR DIRECTORY 



FORD 

now*}! 




FORD STILL LEADS IN VALUE! 

Judged whether on performance, new price, is the best behaved, 
comfort, appearance or economy, equipped and finished light 
the FORD " EIGHT," at the car produced in the British Isles. 



WE INVITE YOU TO ^JjgLL^ COME IN AND SEE IT 

A. T. MUNGAIA IILtd. 

phone 4i. MAIN FORD DEALERS, 

NORTH ROAD GARAGE, FORFAR. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



123 



S. STEWART, 



BABY LINEN and WOOL WAREHOUSE, 



15 WEST HIGH STREET, FORFAR. 



ALEX. ROSS, 

SCULPTOR, 

Jforfar jHonumental Wovkx, 

3 Carseburn Road, Forfar. 

<Also at Cemetery Gate, S^Cewmonthill. 



Large Stock of 

Monuments, Headstones, &c. 

in Granite, Marble, and Freestone, 
always in hand. 



Latest Artistic Designs at Keen Cut Prices. 



Inscriptions and all kinds of jobbing 

promptly attended to and carefully executed in Town 
or Country. 




ESTABLISHED I882. 



JAMES S. FYFE, 

Painter and Decorator, 

137 EAST HIGH STREET, FORFAR. 

PAINTER WORK of every description done in Town and Country. 
Estimates given. Large Selection of PAPERHANGINGS. 



124 



FORFAR DIRECTORY. 



FORFAR UNITED 

CO-OPERATIVE 
SOCIETY LTD. 

The Largest TRADING CONCERN in Town. 



Share Capital, 
£25,601 18 4 

Membership, 
2,800 

Net Sales, 1938, 
£106,220 18 4* 

Reserve Funds, 
£12,484 

Investments, 
£27,432 17 11 



Join this PROGRESSIVE SOCIETY now. 



How to Join— Entrance Fee 1/ ; Copy of Rules 6d ; 
Shares received from 2/- to £5. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 1 25 



I JOHN NEVAY & SON, 

Plain and Ornamental Plasterers, 

Castle Hill, Canmore Street, Forfar. 

All kinds of Tile Work, Cement Work, Concrete Flooring, &c. 
Jointless Flooring laid. Estimates given for Granolithic Work. 

(fcuaranteeD ^ales, 4200 Copies, 

jTorfar's onlp paper, anD tfre oest 3Dt)et> 
tising epeDium for jTotfat anD District, 

. . , printeD anD publisfjeD op ♦ . . 
Dlirjer e@cP6erson, S5 Cast $>igfj Street 



31ob printing of all kinDs at moDerate rates. 

Telephone No. 175. 

Andrew Shepherd & Sons, 

^&X SLATERS, KS)^ 

136 EAST HIGH STREET, FORFAR. 

Mastic Roof Lights, Cement, and Chimney Cans kept in stock. 
Estimates given. Yard ACADEMY STREET, 



126 FORFAR DIRECTORY. 



(jeneral oillposting C>«o. 

Head Office— 23a St. James Square, EDINBURGH. Ltd. 
DISTRICT OFFICE: 

29 North Lindsay St., Dundee. 

BRANCH OFFICES: 

57 WEST HIGH STREET, FORFAR. 

39 HIGH STREET, BRECHIN. 

136 HIGH STREET, MONTROSE. 

12 ABBEY PATH, ARBROATH. 



Poster Advertising Contractors for the United Kingdom. 



'PHONE 2439 DUNDEE. 



Masonic # Rooms, 

LITTLE CAUSEWAY, FORFAR. 



HTHESE Modern and well equipped Rooms, fitted with 
Electric Light from the Grampian Electricity Supply 
Co., Central Heating-, up-to-date Kitchen, and new Ladies' 
Ante-Room, are OPEN FOR BOOKINGS, which can be 
made at the Hall or with Mr W. Preston, 64 East High 
Street. 

The Lesser Hall is admirably suited for Whist Drives, 
Dances, Marriages, &c. , and can be booked at very 
moderate terms. 

Whist Tables, Chairs, and Dishes can be hired at moderate rates. 



pr- BOOK EARLY to avoid disappointment. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



127 




LADIES' BLACK GLACE OXFORD SHOES (as illustrated) 

Extra wide Fitting, Heel lfs ins. high, very comfortable, 

Made by the makers of " Queen " Shoes, price 21/6. 

Other Makes of LADIES' SHOES, from 8/11 per pair. All reliable. 



G. R. BRUCE, 



PRACTICAL 

BOOTMAKER, 

(HOOD'S SHOE STORE) 

96 CASTLE STREET, FORFAR. 



Established 
1886. 




Telephone No. 
42. 



William Coutts, Jr., 

«^x Butcher, Kcx, 

38 West High Street, Forfar. 

SAUSAGES A SPECIALTY. 



Orders called for and Punctually delivered. 



128 



FORFAR DIRECTORY. 



Telephone 
No. 23. 




A. S. W< 

Family Butcher, 

107 EAST HIGH STREET, 
FORFAR. 



DUNN'S 

The Oldest and yet the most Up-to- 
date Boot and Shoe Store in Forfar <f^/ 
jr»/ 

Boots and Shoes 

at Prices to 
suit all Pockets. 




REPAIRS a Specialty. 
Best Material, Workmanship, and Service. 



JOHN A. DUNN, 

36 CASTLE STREET, FORFAR. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



2 9 




Cycle & Radio 
Engineer. 

Any make of CYCLE or 
RADIO supplied. 

TERMS ARRANGED. 

STEWARTS 

East End Cycle & Radio Depot, 

154 East High St., Forfar. 

Accumulators Efficiently Charged. 




Laing'S Studios. 

(ELECTRIC AND DAYLIGHT). 

Photographs taken Anywhere at Anytime. 



Portrait, Press, Landscape, Architectural, and 
Commercial Photographers. 



D. MITCHELL LAING, 

U\ EAST HIGH STREET, FORFAR, vhme 235. 

FIFTY YEARS PHOTOGRAPHIC EXPERIENCE 
BACKED BY THE MOST MODERN APPLIANCES. 



Large Selection of Picture Frame 'Mouldings always in Stock. 



D. WILSON LAING, 13 High Street, BLAIRGOWRIE. Phone 181. 
A. C. D. LAING, Elmbank, KIRRIEMUIR. 



FORFAR DIRECTORY 



IS YOUR HOME FULLY INSURED? 

FIRE INSURANCE alone is not enough. You 
cannot afford to ignore the many other liabilities 
to which the Householder is subject. Over 20 
risks are covered by the " GENERAL" HOUSE- 
HOLDERS' COMPREHENSIVE POLICY at small 
cost and with a Special Bonus of one year's FREE 
INSURANCE if no claim is made during 5 years. 

GENERAL 

ACCIDENT FIRE AND LIFE 

Assurance Corporation, Limited 

DUNDEE BRANCH - General Buildings, 59 Reform St. 
FORFAR OFFICE - 34 Castle Street (Telephone 379). 



Wm. Low & Co. Ltd. 

Scotland's Leading Grocers 
& Provision Merchants. 



Local Branches : 

103-107 CASTLE STREET ] 
15 EAST HIGH STREET \ FORFAR. 
106 WEST HIGH STREET 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



l 3 l 



U. Wi. DAVIE, 

Cabinet Maker and Upholsterer, 

33 CASTLE STREET, FORFAR. 



Telephone 
No. 109. 




A representative selection of Fur- 
niture, Bedding, Inlaid &■ Printed 
Linoleum, Carpet Squares, Stair 
Carpets, Rugs &■ Mats, always in 
stock at very keen prices. 

Repairs £r Renovations 

Having had a lengthy experience 
in this class of work, enquiries are 
invited, when samples of material 
and estimate will be gladly sub' 
mitted. A visit of inspection will 
be greatly appreciated. 



THE 



'Phone No. 222. 



MEGAIL CIIMEMA 



e| FORFAR, p 



Proprietors : The Strathmore Picture Houses Ltd. 

Delightfully cosy on cold days — cool and airy in mid- 
summer, the " REGAL" is undoubtedly one of the 
FINEST CINEMAS of its size in Scotland and the 
management leave nothing undone that contributes 
to the Comfort and Convenience of Patrons. 

A J +U r* C ENTERED from EAST HIGH STREET or 

/\nO 1116 V^y 2116"^ from the UPPER FOYER leading to the Balcony is 
OPEN from 12 Noon to 10-45 p.m. (Saturday, 11-30 p.m.) 

The efficiency of the Service, the quality of the Food 
in the beautiful environment of Forfar's Leading 
Cafe is a delightful experience no one should miss. 

COLD OR HOT DRINKS. ICES. LIGHT LUNCH. 
TEAS. SUPPERS. AT MOST MODERATE CHARGES. 

W. DOUGLAS MILNE, General Manager. 



I32 FORFAR DIRECTORY. 



HOW TO 

KEEP YOUR 

SAVINGS SAFE 

Whether a man be rich or poor, the fear of 
tO'tnorrow often looms in his mind. The poor 
man fears poverty, while the rich man fears 
the loss of that which he has. To banish fear 
of the future the wise man invests his savings 
in Whole Life or Endowment Assurance. His 
capital is safe, and whatever happens there is 
a nest egg in store against a rainy day. The 
"Caledonian" — Scotland's oldest Insurance 
Company — has safeguarded the savings of its 
Policy^ Holders for over One Hundred Years. 

All Classes of 
Insurance transacted. 

CALEDONIAN 

INSURANCE COMPANY 

DUNDEE OFFICE: 

35 ALBERT SQUARE. 
HEAD OFFICE: EDINBURGH. 



PROSPECTUSES ON APPLICATION. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



J 33 



FARQUHARSON, 

BOOKSELLER and STATIONER, 

ACADEMY GATE, FORFAR. 



All School Requisites supplied. Up-to-date Lending Library. 



* , WM. B. CLARK 

We both follow fashion BOOT and SHOEMAKER 

84 EAST HIGH ST., FORFAR 

,"" r . "j VOUR Feet know best and it is surprising- 

m>.rNpr»TQ|»l/ .:>> the number of difficult feet that look smart, 

l»w' ' ' ' L' ' | and feel happy too, in Diana shoes. 

' ) BROADWAY conceals extra width so 

"■'■:■ successfully that it's hard to tell them from the 

: : : : :: : :>: : :#S slim Diana normal models. 




-thanks to the slim 

Diana i 




Here's a slim tab shoe, with a hidden elastic n i in 
grip. In black glace kid trimmed with suede Zl/7 



NICOLL MALCOLM, 

Baker and Confectioner, 

143J East High Street, Forfar. 



FORFAR BRIDIES a Specialty. 



TEA ROOMS. 



134 FORFAR DIRECTORY. 



DAVID GUILD, 

Boot and Shoe Maker, 

17 West High Street, Forfar. 

Repairs — Best Material and Workmanship. 



Telephone No. 394. 

JAMES SCOTT, fbo a fio, 

OPHTHALMIC OPTICIAN, 

151 EAST HIGH STREET, 

FORFAR. 

♦ 

R. MACPHERSON, F.B.O.A., in attendance. 



— BRUCE'S — 
Central Cycle Depot, 

95 East High Street, Forfar. 

Sole Agents for RALEIGH and HOPPER CYCLES. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 1 35 



Telephone No. 343. 

John R. Abel & Co., 

(DAVID B. CHAPMAN, M.P.S.), 

. . Chemists and Druggists, . . 

THE CROSS, FORFAR. 



ESTABLISHED 1829. 

FORFAR EAST PORT 
SAVING ASSOCIATION Ltd. 

Grocers, Bakers, & General Merchants, 

131-133 EAST HIGH STREET, 
FORFAR. 

FRANK PROPHET, Manager. 



Telephone No. 229. 

William McLaren, 

PAINTER and DECORATOR, 

109b CASTLE STREET, FORFAR, 

Estimates for all Classes of Work at Keenest Prices. 



1^6 FORFAR DIRECTORY. 



ESSON & NAPIER, 

MEN'S OUTFITTERS, 

162 East High Street, Forfar. 

OUR AIM— Satisfied Customers. 
First-Class Tailoring. Personal Service given. 



TELEPHONE No. 292. 



LIDDLE ® CALDER, 

Building Contractors, 

FORFAR. 



House Address : Yard : 

67 QUEEN STREET, QUEEN'S WELL LANE. 

FORFAR. CASTLE STREET. 



BEST BUTCHER MEAT. Telephone 3I2. 



ROBERT F. CRAIK, 

FAMILY BUTCHER, 

5% GLAMIS ROAD, FORFAR. 

Orders called for and promptly delivered. 




ADVERTISEMENTS. 



137 



^ 



RALPH BENNIE, 

Radio Engineer, 

92 Castle Street, Forfar. 



BATTERIES Charged and Delivered. 
Agent for all the Leading Makers of Radio. 



TELEPHONE No. 244. 



J. Farquharson, 

-XsX Joiner, KeX> 

CHAPEL STREET, 
FORFAR. 



WT~ QUALITY IS OUR MOTTO. -^j 

L & D. MAXWELL, 

Fish, Game, and Poultry Dealers, 

11 CR OSS, FO RFAR. 

Fresh Fish Daily. Orders called for & delivered. 
Telephone No. MO. 




138 FORFAR DIRECTORY 



M. MILNE, 

STATIONER, 
NEWSAGENT and CONFECTIONER, 

WEST PORT POST OFFICE, FORFAR. 



General Fancy Ware in Great Variety. 
LENDING LIBRARY. 



TELEPHONE 

No. 314. 




WILLIAM BIRNIE, 

Fishmonger, Poulterer, and 
Game Dealer, 

8 EAST HIGH STREET, 
FORFAR. 



FERGUS HUNTER, 

Baker and Confectioner, 

11 SOUTH STREET, FORFAR. 

FANCY CAKES of all kinds. CREAM GOODS. 
FORFAR BRIDIES a Specialty. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 1 39 



W. WISHART, 

. . CYCLE AGENT, . . 

115 Castle Street, Forfar. 

Cycle Repairs a Specialty. 
Agent for all the Leading Makes of Cycles. 



Large Selection of Paperhangings always in Stock. 



Telephone No. 287. 

J. M C KENZIE, 

Painter and Decorator, 

64 NORTH STREET, 
FORFAR. 



Agent in Forfar for the Celebrated Valspar Enamels. 



Don't leave your choice of Shoes to chance, 
but come to 




McKAY & SON, 

The Footwear Specialists, 

84 CASTLE STREET, 

for any or every form of FOOTWEAR. 
'Phone 490. Established I892. 



140 FORFAR DIRECTORY 



Telephone No. 289. 

Alexander Whyte, 

(Partners— A. B. Whyte, J. A. Whyte, W. J. Whyte) 

PLUMBERS, GASFITTERS. 
SANITARY and HEATING ENGINEERS, 

JOH N STREET, FO RFAR. 

Jobbing promptly attended to. Estimates Given. 



J. HOSIE, 

T^adio and Electrical Engineer, 

93 NORTH STREET, 

Phone FORFAR. No. 130. 



KIRRIEMUIR— 30 Glengate— Phone No. 109. 



Telephone No. 253. 

Douglas W. Bruce, 

. . CARRIER, . . 

23 Castle Street, Forfar. 

DAILY SERVICE TO DUNDEE AND FORFAR. 
DUNDEE CALL OFFICE— 34 Bank Street. Telephone No. 2976. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 141 



JOHN BROWN, 

^X CASH DRAPER, K^ 



Drapery and Millinery Warehouse, 

140 EAST HIGH STREET, FORFAR. 



SOLID FOOTWEAR. 

WE STAND BEHIND ALL WE SELL. 



If They Don't Give You Justice 
!)•" Then Let US Know. ""•S 



J. & M. STEWART 

(Successors to ANDREW STEWART), 

BOOT and SHOE MERCHANTS, 

ma WEST HIGH ST., FORFAR. 



Telephone No. 367. 

GEORGE PETRIE, 

Plumber, Gasfitter, &o, 

27 WEST HIGH STREET, FORFAR. 

Workshop— 86 West High Street. 




M. Macfarlane 

M.P.S., F.B.O.A., 

CHEMIST & OPTICIAN 

19 EAST HIGH STREET 

& Branch, 38 CASTLE STREET 

(Under Management of J. JOLLY, M.P.S.) 
TELEPHONE No. 70 (which calls Shop or House). 



Ranken's Pectoral Elixir 

for Coughs, 1/6 & 2/9. 

Macfarlane's International Embrocation 

for Sprains, 1/6. 

Robartz Food for Infants, lO^d, 1/6, & 2/9. 

Cremolia for the Hands, 9d & 1/4. 



N. H. Insurance Dispenser and Optician. 

Kodak Depot for Cameras, Films, &c. 

Veterinary Medicines in stock. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. I43 



ROBBIE & NICOLL, 

Seedsmen, Florists, and Potato Merchants, 
Phone No. __ — , ■ r ■ r- e Nurseries, 

'52. 37 Castle Street, Forfar. Bankhead. 



Farm and Garden Seeds of the highest quality. 

Wreaths, Crosses, Spra/s, Bouquets, or any other design made on the 

shortest notice. Cut Flowers in their Season. 



Headquarters of the A.A. & R.S.A.C. 



THE 



ROYAL 

HOTEL 

FORFAR 



Telephone No. 21. J.P.MANN, 

Proprietor. 

Telephone No. 59. 

D. PHILIPS, 

FAMILY GROCER, TEA and PROVISION MERCHANT, 
FRUITERER and CONFECTIONER, 

11-13 WEST HIGH STREET, FORFAR. 



High-Class GROCERIES and PROVISIONS. 
Finest FRUITS in their Season. CONFECTIONERY in great variety. 



144 FORFAR DIRECTORY, 



W. ROBERTS & SON, 

Drapers and Clothiers, 

170 East High Street, Forfar. 

Seasonable Goods in every Department all the year round. 
Letter Orders carefully attended to. 



Telephone No. 75. 

HENRY W. CAIRD, 

CHEMIST, 

69 EAST HIGH STREET, 
FORFAR. 

Prescriptions compounded with Finest Ingredients. 

Kodak and Cine Photographic Supplies. 

A good Selection of Perfumes 

and Toilet Requisites always in stock. 



Telephone No. 225. 

ADAMS & RUSSELL, 

PLASTERERS & CEMENT WORKERS. 

— Orders can be left as usual at — 

28 SOU TH STREET, F ORFAR. 

Estimates Given. Jobbing Promptly attended to. 
Tile Laying neatly executed. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



J 45 



A. MAXWELL, 

Tobacconist and Confectioner, 

8 CAST LE STREET, F ORFAR. 

Best Brands of Tobaccos, Cigars, and Cigarettes always on hand. 

Large Variety of Finest Chocolates and Confections from Leading Makers. 

LENDING LIBRARY. 



Ladies' and Children' s Outfitters. 

Misses STURROCK & WATT 

40 CASTLE STREET, FORFAR. 



Baby Linen, Underclothing, Hosiery, Needlework, 
Fancy Goods, Wools, Silks, &c. 



Servants' Registry. 



Agents for Forfar 6? District Steam Laundry Co. Ltd. 



'Phone No. 187. 



Established over Seventy Years. 



WM. F. S. ESSON, 

GROCER and WINE MERCHANT, 

160 EAST HIGH STREET, FORFAR. 



Orders called for and delivered in Town and Country. 



146 FORFAR DIRECTORY. 



Forfar West Town End 
Association Ltd., 

BAKERS and GROCERS, 

118 West High Street, Forfar. 

W. BELL, Manager. 



Telephone No. 124. Works: EASTERBANK. 

Forfar and District 
Steam Laundry Co. Ltd 

All kinds of WASHING, 

including BAG WASH & HOME FINISH. 

Carpet Beating, &c, at Moderate Prices. 

Good outside Drying and Bleaching Green. 

W&~ MOTOR VAN calls at all the Surrounding Districts. 

AGENTS: 

Misses Cowie *5? Campbell, 106a Castle Street, Forfar. 

Misses Sturrock 'S? Watt, 40 Castle Street, Forfar. 

Misses Whyte, East Port, Forfar. 

Mr R. S. Marshall, 110 West High Street, Forfar. 

Miss Findlay, 12 Glengate, Kirriemuir. 

Mr J. B. Sturrock, Kirkbuddo. 

Mr D. Liveston, Lunanhead. 



Andrew Henderson & Son 

Painters and Decorators, 

83 CASTLE STREET, FORFAR. 



BEST ATTENTION GIVEN TO ALL ORDERS. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 1 47 



Telephone No. 285. 

ALEXANDER BAIN, 

JOINER AND CABINETMAKER, 

26i WEST HIGH STREET, FORFAR. 

Sole Partner— DAVID BOWEN. 

Telephone No. 106. 



G. Brodlie *S? Sons, 

Partners: J. F. BRODLIE <3? W. S. BRODLIE, 

FORFAR TWINE WORKS, 

CHAPEL STREET, 

. . FORFAR. . . 

PARCEL TWINES A SPECIALTY. 

Geo. L Anderson, 

=y<sX FRUITERER, Kek., 
FLORIST and CONFECTIONER, 

redone mo. 3„ 5 CASTLE STREET, FORFAR. 




FLORAL WORK A SPECIALTY. 
TINNED FRUITS. CIGARETTES. 



148 FORFAR DIRECTORY. 




Sturrock & Son 

Bakers & Confectioners, 

50 East High Street, 
1 West High Street, 

Forfar. 



'Phone Ko. 123. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 149 



FORFAR NORTHERN 
SAVING ASSOCIATION LIMITED, 

Grocers, Bakers, and General Merchants, 

1 1 1 CASTLE STREET, FORFAR. 

ERNEST MANN, Manager. 



Wm. C. Robertson, 

Joiner and Cabinetmaker, 

Shop Fitter, 

Funeral Undertaker, 

12 Green Street, Forfar. 



* repairs ♦ 

in all Branches of the Trade. 

estimates given. 



House Address, . 156 East High Street. 



JAMES MACKINTOSH, 

ENGINEER & GENERAL BLACKSMITH, 



ANGUS ENGINEERING WORKS, 

14b NORTH STREET, FORFAR. 



i5° 



FORFAR DIRECTORY. 



Telephone No. 97 KIRRIEMUIR. 



JAMES KERR & SONS, 

Slaters & Contractors, 
KIRRIEMUIR and FORFAR. 



All Orders punctually attended to. 



Telephone No. 6. Telegrams: " Cumming, Hirer, Forfar. 

C. ClUMMIWGr, 

RAILWAY HOTEL, FORFAR. 



First-Class Motor Cars for Hire. 

Orders left at Railway Hotel Garage will have 
prompt and particular attention. 



JTunerals conDucteD in Coton anD Country 

GEORGE KYDD, 

Jobbing Gardener, 

100 WEST HIGH STREET, FORFAR. 



Bouquets, Wreaths, and Sprays made to order. 
Orders can also be left at A. TROUP, 26 Castle Street. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



l 5 I 



WM. BALFOUR & SON, 

Leather Merchants & Wholesale Shoe Furnishers, 
57 CASTLE STREET, FORFAR. 

The Premier House for Footballs and Accessories. 



Purveyor of Finest Scotch Meat. 

QUALITY, SERVICE, and SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. 



Telephone No. 
400. 




Telephone No. 
400. 



ROBERT WATT, 

69 NORTH STREET, FORFAR. 



CORNED BEEF, PICKLED TONGUES, SAUSAGES, and 

COOKED MEATS a Specialty. 

pr- ORDERS Called for and Delivered, -mg 

Telephone No. 188. 

ALEXR. HAY & CO., 

Joiners and Funeral Undertakers, 

99 EAST HIGH STREET, FORFAR. 



Works— CHAPEL STREET. 



I52 FORFAR DIRECTORY. 



House Address— 33 NORTH STREET. House Telephone No. 129. 

NORMAN A. POTTER, 

JOINER and FUNERAL UNDERTAKER, 

135 East High Street, Forfar. 

Quotations for all Classes of Work. Glazier and Lead Screens. 
Keenest Terms. First-Class Workmanship and Material Guaranteed. 



Established -^ffi''"^'~'^lp~^ ?T "^^^^fe Telephone 

1846. IwAt^^diM^^^ No. 57. 




EATON & FYFE, 

~<5X BUTCHERS, K^x. 

42 CASTLE ST., FORFAR. 



PURVEYORS of SUPPLIES of the BEST QUALITY 
HOME-FED and HOME-KILLED MEAT. 

■W OUR MOTTO is EFFICIENCY and SERVICE. ^W§ 

ORDERS CALLED FOR and DELIVERED DAILY. 



Telephone No. 55. 

SALUTATION HOTEL, 

172 East High Street, Forfar. 

Family and Commercial. Parties catered for. 

A. M. LOWSON, Proprietor. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 1 53 



Telephone No. 478. 



JAMES NICOLL, 

Family Grocer and Wine Merchant, 

121 & 123 East High Street, Forfar. 

REID HALL, FORFAR 



Best and Largest Hall in Town for 

PUBLIC MEETINGS, CONCERTS, LECTURES, &c. 

Sitting - Accommodation for 1000. 

The Dance Floor has been laid with Maple. 

First-Class Accommodation for Whist Drives and Dances. 

WEST END REID HALL (Holds 200), 

Most suitable Hall for Marriage Parties, Private Dances, &c. 
Complete with Furnishings of every description. 

UPPER HALL, 

Suitable for Committee Meetings, &c. Charges Moderate. 

For Rates of Hire and Open Dates, apply 

JAMES MILLAR, Reid Hall Lodge. 



JOHN HILL, 

.-. Cycle Agent, .-. 

28J West High Street, Forfar. 



Any make of Cycle supplied. Pram Tyreing Fitted. 
Cycles, Radios, and Gramophones repaired. 




154 FORFAR DIRECTORY. 



CONFECTIONS. REFRESHMENTS. 

Miss L CHALMERS, 

Fruiterer, Confectioner, and Tobacconist, 

61 North Street, Forfar. 

Only Best Quality of Goods kept. 
CHOCOLATES. FRUITS. 



Telephone No. 288. 



Milne & Stewart, 

~<5X BUILDERS, X5K. 

FORFAR. 



ANDREW STEWART, "Dechmont," Robertson Terrace. 



'PHONE 190 or VISIT 

"The House of Dorward" 

for Goods of Sterling Quality. 

PROVISIONS, TEAS, COFFEE, WINES, and SPIRITS. 

40 WEST HIGH STREET, FORFAR. 

Established 1 873. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 1 55 



JOHN M c KINNON, 

Ladies' and Gent.'s Tailor, 

66 CASTLE STREET, FORFAR. 

Men's, Youths', and Boy's Outfitter. 



ESTABLISHED 1884. 



Simon Urquhart & Son 

MERCHANTS 

117b CASTLE STREET 

FORFAR 

Yard— QUEEN'S WELL LANE. Phone No. 284. 




. . T. H. NIVEN, . . 

STATIONER and TOBACCONIST, 

94 NORTH STREET, FORFAR. 



NORTH STREET SUB-POST OFFICE. 



I56 FORFAR DIRECTORY. 



For COACH and MOTOR CAR PAINTING. 



CELLULOSED CARS touched up and re-polished. 

ALEX. WHYTE, 

45 SOUTH STREET, FORFAR. 



Phone 3V>. 13. 




Thos. Muir, Son, 
&> Patton, Ltd. 

Coals, Kitchen Nuts, Briquettes, Firewood. 



COAL DELIVERED BY MOTOR. 

WAGON LOADS TO ANY STATION. 

All at Keenest Prices. 



79 CASTLE STREET, FORFAR. 

JAMES W. HARKNESS, JLgent. 



A. E. BRUCE, 

FAMILY GROCER, 
SPIRIT & WINE MERCHANT, 

80 CASTLE STREET, FORFAR. 



High Class Liquors, Teas, Groceries, and Provisions. 




ADVERTISEMENTS. 1 57 



Established 1909. 

JAMES B. MITCHELL, 

Brush Manufacturer & Hardware Merchant, 

20 West High Street, Forfar. 

Lacquers, Stains, Sponges, and all Cleaning Requisites in Stock. 
Ever/ description of General and Household Ware. 



A. 


Telephone No. 407. 


Adamson & Son, 




Building Contractors, 


ACHARN, ROSEBANK ROAD, 




FORFAR. 




Telephone No. 179. 



J. D. Greenhil!. 

Family Butcher, 

153 East High Street, 
Forfar. 



IkS FORFAR DIRECTORY. 



TELEPHONE No. 27. 



ALEX. D. STRACHAN, 

Wood and Coal Merchant, 

Office : FORFAR SAW MILL. 



TELEPHONE No. 177. 



ALLAN SMART, 

Plumber and 
Sanitary Engineer, 

135i EAST HIGH STREET, 
FORFAR. 



Estimates given for all kinds of work. 



Telephone No. 350. 



JAMES SAMSON, 

JOINER and CABINETMAKER, 
GLAZIER and UNDERTAKER, 

WEST SUNNYSIDE, FORFAR. 



All Classes of Joiner Work undertaken. Removals carried out. 

Plans prepared and submitted for approval for any sort of Building. 

Estimates given for large or small Jobs. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 1 59 



Telephone No. 315. 

Jas. McLaren & Son, 

Bakers and Confectioners, 

22, 24, and 26 MARKET STREET, FORFAR. 



A Good Variety of CAKES, &c, to choose from. 
Our Specialty— BRIDIES. 



TELEPHONE No. 224. 



R. L. FINDLAY & Co., 

Builders and Contractors, 

FORFAR. 



House Address — Burlea, Wyllie Street. 
Building Yard — Roberts Street. 



fXl 



'Phone No. 85073 DUNDEE. 



Adam J. Ingram & Son, 

Tilelayers and Fireplace Experts, 

27 Strathmartine Road, Dundee. 

Floor, Wall, and Fireplace Tiles. Tile Hearths. Hearth Furniture. 
ESTIMATES FREE. Showroom- 15 MID ROAD. 



i6o 



FORFAR DIRECTORY. 




11 



Telephone No. 180. 




avi 

Qyainl 




odj5er 



ainters an 



J 



on, 



ecorators 



lot 



(Oast XJl'igh aJtreet, £jo 



or tar. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. l6l 



H. MATTHEW, 

THE CRAFT SHOP, 

103a CASTLE STREET, FORFAR. 



SPECIALTIES : 
Fancy Needlework. Tapestry. Pottery and Glass. 



TELEPHONE No. 93. 



J. PHASER & SOUS, 

{Motor <Agents and Engineers, 

WEST END GARAGE, 

Agents for " HILLMAN " CARS. 

Try the famous " MINX," still the finest 10-H.P. Car. 

The new 14-H.P. Model, the ideal Family Car, 

full 5-Seater with luggage accommodation. 

ANY MAKE OF CAR SUPPLIED AND SERVICED. 



Our Garage being equipped with all the latest Plant, we execute all 

Repairs in a practical manner. Personal Supervision always. 

ALL ACCESSORIES STOCKED. CARS FOR HIRE. 



The CENTRAL BAKERY, 

Bakers and Confectioners, 

12 CASTLE STREET, FORFAR. 



High-Class CAKES and CONFECTIONS. 
MERINGUES A SPECIALTY. 



162 FORFAR DIRECTORY. 



TELEPHONE No. 489. 

ERNEST MILNE, 

JOINER AND UNDERTAKER, 

29 EAST HIGH STREET, FORFAR. 

Estimates given for all kinds of Joiner Work. 

Telephone $£(>. 392. 

John Roberts & Son, 

Knitwear Specialists, 

41 & 43 East High Street, Forfar. 



PURE SILK and ART SILK HOSE, 

sizes from 8i" to 10 in the following makes : — 

Aristoc, Morley's, Bondor, 
Bear Brand, Brettle, &c. 

sole agents for 

" Chilprufe" Unshrinkable Underwear. 

Stocked in all garments suitable for Ladies, Gent.'s, & Children. 
JAMES FEARN, Cycle Manufacturer and Motor Agent. 



It will pay you to 
visit our stock at 



BALLINGALL'S, 

118 EAST HIGH STREET, FORFAR, (PhoneNo. 159) 
or at 40 ROODS, KIRRIEMUIR. (PhoneNo.59) 

Agent for all leading makes of Motor Cycles. 

Always a good selection of second hand Cars in stock. 

Your inspection invited. CONSULT US FIRST. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 163 



GEORGE NEAVE, 

Gent.'s Hairdresser, 

163 EAST HIGH STREET, FORFAR. 



Razor Blades and other Accessories stocked. 



PARKER QIJINK 

Writing jM 

Quink 



Prices— 9d, 1/3, 2/3, 4/6, 7/6 per Bottle. 

CoIourS"-Black, Blue'Black, Blue, Green, Purple, Scarlet. 

W. SHEPHERD, Stationer, 

39 CASTLE STREET, FORFAR. 



HIGH CLASS FISHMONGERS and POULTERERS. 
Fresh Supplies Daily. 

DIRECT FISH SUPPLY, 

124 East High Street, Forfar. 

Large variety of Tinned Meats. Fresh Fruit in Season. Country Eggs direct from Farm. 
Regular supplies of Rabbits in season. Orders called for and delivered. 



164 



FORFAR DIRECTORY, 




Telephone No. 
278. 



Telegrams : 
"East End Garage, Forfar. 



Live Stock Conveyance a Specialty. 



1IB1 



ENGINEER 
and MOTOR HIRER, 

EAST END GARAGE, 
FORFAR. 



Landaulettes and Touring Cars for Hire 
at Moderate Charges. 

Oils and Petrol. 

Funerals conducted in Town and Country. 




ADVERTISEMENTS. 1 65 



DAVID S. MILNE, Slater, 

PROPERTY REPAIRS. CHIMNEY CANS and ROOFLIGHTS. 

COLOUR WASH WALLS, PASSAGES, &c. 

ESTIMATES GIVEN. 

Enquiries: 47 CASTLE STREET, FORFAR. 



TELEPHONE No. 280. 


Headquarters of the A.A., R.S.A.C., RA.C. 


jARiHMns Hotel 


FORFAR. 


JAMES WALKER, 


Telephone No. 18. Proprietor. 



DUNCAN McPHEE, 

Ladies' & Gent's Tailor. 

Specialist in the Making and Cutting of 
Ladies' Costumes, Coats, Skirts, and Coat Frocks. 
Gent's Suits, Overcoats, Dress Suits, and Breeches. 

105 EAST HIGH STREET, FORFAR. 

JAMES ANDERSON, 

Baker and Confectioner, 

30 WEST HIGH STREET, FORFAR. 

FORFAR BRIDIES a Specialty. 
PLAIN and FANCY CAKES of all kinds. 



1 66 



FORFAR DIRECTORY. 



J. L DUNCAN, 

General and Fancy Draper, 

21 EAST HIGH STREET, FORFAR. 

ANLABY KNITWEAR for Ladies' and Children's Frocks. 
Cardigans, Jumpers, Suits, &c. 

Telephone No. 380. 



OSNABURG 


"• * ' 




BAR 


(| 








'i f IMf 


"ZriT- 


CHOICE SELECTION OF 






LIQUEURS, WINES, & SPIRITS. 




Sf ~ki?' *"^B 


STOUTS & ALES 




■aKyJilPi 


Always in Perfect Condition. 




■*^S( 


T. HENDERSON. 


£i : . 





CIGARS. 



CIGARETTES. 



"De Reszke" The Aristocrat of Cisrarettes. 



PIPES. 



MATH. MURDOCH, 

TOBACCONIST, 

20 CASTLE STREET, FORFAR. 

"John Cotton" Tobacco & Cigarettes. 

WALKING STICKS. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 167 



Established 1905. Telephone No. 38. 

i&^$m^ PETRIE'S 

09^^^^^^^- THE FINEST OF ALL 

£sg£3g£ SAUSAGES 

DAVID B. PETRIE, Family Butcher, 

97 EAST HIGH STREET, FORFAR. 

i £§=> Established for over a Century. <= ^~ — ' 

JOHN STRACHAN, 

Jeweller, Silversmith, Watch & Clockmaker, 

10 CROSS, . . . FORFAR. 



Always on hand a good Selection of the best makes of 

GOLD and SILVER English and Foreign WATCHES, 

and JEWELLERY of every description. 



Gold, Silver, and Electro-Plated Goods in Great Variety, 
suitable for Christmas and Wedding Presents. 



REPAIRS of all kind in Town and Country promptly and 
carefully attended to. 



REPAIRS and WINDINGS contracted for. 



Telephone No. 291 Forfar. 

RITCHIE BROTHERS, 

~<FX CARRIERS, KS^ 

FORFAR. DUNDEE. LETHAM. 

FORFAR CALL OFFICE—County Garage. Phone No. 291. 
DUNDEE CALL OFFICE—17 Dock Street. Phone No. 5517. 



1 68 



FORFAR DIRECTORY. 




H. Wright Macneill 

High-Class 
Fruiterer & Confectioner, 

56 CASTLE STREET, 
FORFAR. 

Telephone 2V>. 440. 



Lyons' Ice Cream Puddings & Fancy Ices. 



Wreaths, Sprays, and Bouquets. 



Orders called for and delivered. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



169 



TELEPHONE No. 282. 



WILLIAM SADDLER, 

HIGH CLASS PASTRY BAKER & CONFECTIONER, 

96 NOR TH STREET, FORFAR. 

WEDDING, BIRTHDAY, & CHRISTENING CAKES. 
A Large Variety of CREAM GOODS. Finest FORFAR BRIDIES. 




^/icelaloe L/r/no/id 



U9 &ast J{lgh Street, 

clXsX Jorfar. KeKs 

We specialise in MILLINERY, offering an 
unlimited choice in the NEW MODELS, 
which are selected personally for their 
attractiveness. 

IMPORTANT.— "The Aristocrat of Millinery." 
We are Sole Agents in Forfar and District 
for " HENRY HEATH " Hats of London, 
exclusive to ourselves. Fittings from 6| to 1\. 



t/ 



Special Broohure on request. 



Telephone No. 214. 

STEWART'S TEMPERANCE HOTEL, 

34 CASTLE STREET, FORFAR. 

Central for Railway Station, Golf Course, and Bus Stance. 

PIC-NIC PARTIES CATERED FOR. 

Open on Sundays. Marquees Supplied. Charges Moderate. 

GORDON STEWART, Proprietor. 



170 FORFAR DIRECTORY. 



W. PATERSON, 

Picture Frame Maker and Photographer, 

46 WEST HIGH STREET, FORFAR. 

Tapestry & Needlework Mounted for Fire Screens, Stools, Trays, Pictures. 
High Class Photographs, Amateur Films Developed, Printed, Enlarged. 




FAMILY BUTCHER, 

139 EAST HIGH STREET, 
.'. FORFAR. .\ 



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SAUSAGES, COOKED TRIPE, and POTTED MEAT. 

The Latest REFRIGERATING PLANT by Sterne & Co. Ltd., Glasgow. 

Established 1874. Telegrams — " Simpson, Shipper, Forfar." 

CHARLES SIMPSON, 

BOOKSELLER and STATIONER, 
EMIGRATION and GENERAL SHIPPING AGENT, 

EAST PORT CORNER, FORFAR. 



Through Bookings at each Company's Ocean and Inland Rates. 
Reliable Information given Free of Charge, no extras whatever. 

Bills of Sailings frankly supplied on application. a$^- - ^ 






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Telephone No. 294. 

FRANK WATT, 

JOINER and UNDERTAKER, 

176 EAST HUGH STREET , FORFAR. 

Estimates given for all kinds of Joinery. Funerals conducted in Town & Country. 
House Address-15 LITTLE CAUSEWAY. 

Telephone No. 337. 

JOHN S. LAING, 

BOOKSELLER, STATIONER, and NEWS AGENT, 

26-28 EAST HiGH STREE T, FORFAR. 

All Papers Stocked and Delivered. Circulating Library. 
Wallpapers from 3d per roll. Trimming Free. 

No. 131. 

A. P. SUTTIE, 

LADIES' OUTFITTER, 

49 CASTLE STREET, FORFAR. 

Millinery, Gowns, Coats, Knitted Wear, &c. 

Telephone No. 240. 

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PERMANENT WAVING by 
EUGENE & MACDONALD, at 





PATULLO'S 

Ladies' & Gent.'s Hairdresser, 

168 EAST HIGH ST., FORFAR. 



172 FORFAR DIRECTORY. 








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Tailoring and Outfitting 




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JOHN ROBERTS, 

84 WEST HIGH STREET, FORFAR. 

Early or Late, 'Phone Forfar 148. No extra Charge for Booking. 
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M . ,. , vcc Forfar's "Homely " House with Mrj. scott, 

Miss H. FYFE, j Assist 

Manageress, the Su preme Western E lectric Manager. 

EACH EVENING (except Saturday) at 7-40 p.m. SATURDAY at 5-40 & 8-30 p.m. 

MATINEES on MONDAY at 4 15 p.m.; THURSDAY & SATtm©AY at 2-15 p.m., 

except on Holidays and Special Occasions. 

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'Phone No. 265 Forfar. 4 "*> ,' v^Phone No. 197 Kirriemuir. 

BREMNER BROTHERS, 

Electrical and Radio Engineers, 

152 EAST HIGH STREET, FORFAR, 

and Reform Street, Kirriemuir. 

THOMAS WAKEFORD, 

CONFECTIONER, GENERAL GROCER, 
> * and TOBACCONIST, 

*£V*\ ARBROATH ROAD, FORFAR. 



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